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A man has devised a fantastic and ingenious - if slightly antisocial - way of getting his neighbours to turn their music down when they're playing it too loud. You can check out his efforts in the video below.
As you can see - and hear - the man, TikTok user @matt_obrien has created his own version of Edvard Grieg's 'In the Hall of the Mountain King' featuring a less than subtle message to those living near to him.
You'd probably know the tune better if we said that it was the theme tune to Alton Towers.
You know the one?
Anyway, this time around it contains some lyrics added by Matt in order to get his neighbours to show some courtesy.
To that unmistakable piece of classical music, he simply states: "Turn your f***ing music down, music down, music down, turn your f***ing music down, it's really f***ing loud."
In the video, Matt can be seen demonstrating his music clip, before connecting to a Bluetooth speaker that is clearly on the other side of the wall of his house.
Before all of that, loud music can be heard blaring - if muffled - through the walls between the two properties.
To be fair to Matt, it sounds like it's pretty obnoxious and distracting.
However, it's questionable whether more flies might be caught with honey than with vinegar in this situation.
Maybe he's already been around to ask them to keep it down a bit before? Perhaps they didn't respond well to that, so he decided to take matters into his own hands?
Either way, it's pretty f***ing funny.
On top of that - if you'll excuse how that is about to become a pun - a second video shows Matt has developed a second song as well. This time it tells them they're making too much noise while having sex.
That one follows exactly the same principle, and the same tune, but states 'now you're having sex too loud...' and soforth.
Since that first clip was shared to TikTok, it has been liked more than 2.6 million times, and shared more than 61,000 times, too.
The second one, posted later, has been liked nearly 135,000 times already, and has been shared more than 1,700 times.
We can all relate to the situation though, can't we? Everyone has had a neighbour that just makes too much noise at some point.
If you haven't, it's you - you're the neighbour.
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