Remember this charming fellow?
Amazingly, he’s not always welcome to the neighborhood:
If you walked up to one Nashville area family’s home, you may think it was Halloween due to a zombie statue climbing out of the ground, but now the family’s homeowner association says their zombie needs to go.
The Grinstead family has had their zombie, named “Clawed,” in their yard near Percy Priest Lake for [the] past five years.
“We could have gone with the traditional spelling, but C-L-A-W-E-D just really fit his personality and told you as much as you really needed to know about him.” Jim Grinstead said.
The nastygram arrived last week:
On Friday, Grinstead received a letter from the homeowners association that caught him off-guard.
“It had said, ‘during a recent inspection of the neighborhood, we noticed that you have a zombie in your front yard that must be removed’.”
You can still get your own zombie, assuming you don’t live down the street from the Grinsteads.
(Via Rebecca Schleicher.)