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Dear Curbed: Help a brother out, will you? I live in what I generally consider to be a great building. It's well-maintained, people are pretty quiet, we've got a courtyard and all -- overall, I'm happy. However, some of my neighbors have taken to leaving their unwanted items in the lobby and, in some cases, even on the street where the homeless population is alive and well and very fond of our doorway. Today's case is exceptionally bad. What started as a few pairs of unwanted pants soon turned into a full-body latex catsuit (somebody bagged that before I could get a pic) and the assorted crap you see here. Any creative, non passive-aggressive solutions? I have no idea who the culprits may be!