Residents of a Southern California city council meeting said Tuesday a homeowner painted their house in Pink with two huge yellow emojis on the front to approach them again, and they tell the city to act on a report.  The homeowner Kathryn Kidd uses the house as a short-term apartment, which is illegal in Manhattan Beach in southwestern Los Angeles County, according to a neighbor. She was fined $ 4,000 by the city, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The neighbors say the emojis – one sticking out his tongue and one with his mouth closed – are supposed to mock her.
"This is a proverb from a homeowner FU to the person who blames them for their plight, and FU to the rest of the road," a neighbor said.
The emojis were made by the local artist in May Z the Art sprayed on the house after Kidd was fined.
Kidd told Easy Reader News that the emojis should not offend anyone. "I did it to be happy, and I think so is cute and quirky and kind of funny, and it was definitely a time for the Emoji. "
Kidd does not live at home, reported the Los Angeles Times Manhattan Beach.
She added that she violated no laws
Prosecutor Mike Estrada said the city has "very little, if any," authority over murals on houses, according to The Times.
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