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Fed up with the homelessness crisis in his neighbourhood, Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan has shown he is fed up.

Photographs surfaced this week of the 81-year-old penning a letter he reportedly placed outside of his LA home as a message to the homeless, telling them to go away.

New photos show Hogan in a mask as he stepped outside to write a note reading, “THIS IS MY HOUSE NOT YOURS”.

The actor reportedly lives at his Venice Beach property with his 22-year-old son, Chance.

In the photos, Hogan allegedly penned the letter with a red marker and underlined “MY HOUSE” in the message, stuck to a pole next to his garage door.

His neighbour Tyler Proctor, who is a local politician according to the Daily Mail, spoke recently about the homelessness crisis and referred to the area where Hogan’s home is located as “hell on earth”.

“His house is like a fortress and it needs to be. I can see why [he] wants to move out,” Proctor told the outlet.

Though the star has been living in the United States since 2005, he recently appeared on Sunrise and admitted he wanted to return to Australia but didn’t want to go through hotel quarantine.

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This article originally appeared on Over60.