My neighbor complained about me tanning topless on my own balcony – so I stopped but I'm having the last laugh | The Sun

A WOMAN in her 50s has subtly clapped back at her neighbor after they complained about her tanning topless on her own balcony.

She said she stopped doing it but found a way to have the last laugh in a TikTok video.

Canadian Anna (@annalatimer46) is a woman over the age of 50 who likes to show off her body in the comfort of her home.

In a TikTok video, she admitted that a neighbor called and complained a year ago because she was topless sunbathing on her balcony.

"I stopped doing that. I'm a good girl, sometimes," she said.

The blonde woman wrote in a subtitle at the top of the video that "everything is offensive."

She told viewers that she now has a "free the nipple" sign on her balcony as a result.

"I made another sign today and I made a smaller print," said Anna, showing a sign which reads: "If you can read this sign, you're invading my privacy, STOP."

"So if this person is using binoculars and watching me from across the street they can [throws up middle finger]."

She stood her ground and got the last laugh in the end.

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"There is no way anybody across that street can read that sign from over there without binoculars and that's an invasion of privacy," she added.

Anna asked her audience for their opinions about the neighbor drama in the comment section of the video.

"I think you can go topless anywhere in Canada. Supreme Court of Canada struck that down," a viewer commented.

"I’m trying to get over the fact that a guy would complain about this," another added.

"People out there should mind their own business hon. You do what you want," a TikTok user chimed in.

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