Five minutes after being scowled at by her "hateful as f--k" neighbor, she said police officers arrived at the address, having received reports of a "rowdy pool party".
Panning across her front lawn, the woman revealed just how rowdy the pool party was: her friend and her two toddler children, sitting with their feet in a tiny paddling pool.
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"The cops were laughing," she said, laughing too. "They were like, 'we got a call about a rowdy pool party, and we were expecting a bunch of teenagers and like a real pool, cannonballing with loud music and what not...'"
Commenters online deduced that the real motive behind the call might have been another feature of the front garden: a tiny, rainbow-flagged lawn sign which read: "Hate has no home here — Black Lives Matter."