Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Snooki's neighbours 'given gifts'

Snooki and JWoww

Snooki and JWoww's neighbours have been given goodie bags as a thank you for being "so patient and understanding" during production of their TV show.

The Jersey Shore stars have reportedly received complaints from residents in the small town of Manchester, New Jersey, after production started on season two of their reality show spin-off Snooki & JWoww.

As a gesture of goodwill from MTV producers, several people living in the area were personally given gift bags. TMZ reports that production crew reportedly made "house calls" this week, saying the treats were a "thank you for being so patient and understanding during production."

According to the website, the goodie bags contained Starbucks coffee, a mug, candy, a puzzle book and a handwritten card with a personal message.

"Due to the swift move-in, we did not get a chance to introduce ourselves and say thank you for welcoming us into the neighbourhood," it read.

"As a gesture of our appreciation, we would like you to enjoy this gift bag and a few cups of coffee on us."

Snooki, 24, is due to give birth to her first child any day now has not been seen in Manchester as yet.

Sources say filming of the second series will continue until October.

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