Brock Turner may have gotten off easy in the eyes of some people despite being a convicted rapist. However, some who are not satisfied with the punishment that he received may be trying to let their frustrations out through other means. The Turner home has reportedly been vandalized with a carton of eggs on Monday.

According to a report obtained by TMZ Sports, Brock Turner has returned to his parents’ home, and some members of the community did not hesitate to show their displeasure. The house was inspected on Monday, and officers from the Sugarcreek Township Police Department discovered that it had been “egged.”

Throwing eggs at property and individuals is a common prank that has been around for decades. No suspects have been named in the incident, where a carton and several broken eggshells were found around the vicinity of the Turner home.

On Tuesday, Brock Turner was officially registered as a sex offender in Greene County, Ohio. His parents’ home is located in nearby Bellbrook. He has not yet indicated a school or a place of employment in the field allocated for other addresses.

The “egging” is the latest incident perceived to be a public outcry related to Turner’s rape case. On March 30, 2016, the former Stanford University swimmer was convicted of three counts of sexual assault. The incident took place on January 18, 2015, where he was caught penetrating an unconscious woman with his fingers after finding her behind a dumpster at a party. He was apprehended by two other students and was arrested on campus. Despite having a maximum possible sentence of up to 14 years in prison, Turner was given a much lighter sentence.

According to a report by the Washington Post, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky only sentenced Turner to six months confinement in the Santa Clara County jail. The jail term also comes with three years of probation. The light sentence has caused massive criticism worldwide.