December 1, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Halloween makeup had to be removed after police complaints

Halloween makeup had to be removed after police complaints

Her neighbors complained to local police that a mother had to remove a controversial Halloween decoration she had placed on her property.

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Renee Ryan, who lives in Forbes, New South Wales, created a fake human body out of moss, carpet, duct tape, rope and garbage bags. During the Halloween celebrations, the body was chained to a tree in front of his residence.

“It took me three hours to make Caleb [mon fils] Loved it, ”she told friends on Facebook earlier this week.

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A few hours after sharing the photos on social media, police knocked on his door as the complaint was filed.

As the mail reported online, “the police came to my house and told me that people had alerted themselves that there was a dead body hanging from a tree,” the 36-year-old woman said.

The woman left the structure and was entitled to a new complaint against her.

This whistleblower seems to have come from a man who experienced personal tragedy, so Ms. Ryan eventually withdrew it.

“To the man who called the police again. I know who you are and I appreciate you and I am sorry, ”she later wrote on social media.