Irish lollipop ladies working on the street outside Jackie 'O' Henderson's lavish Bondi apartment have hit back after the radio star slammed them on-air.
The KIIS FM host lashed out at the construction workers this week and claimed on multiple occasions they had inconvenienced her as they work to upgrade the road.
In particular, Jackie 'O' took issue with the female stop-go workers - who are often Irish backpackers - claiming they prevented an Uber driver from entering her street to collect her and her daughter Kitty.
She claimed that as a result they were forced to lug suitcases up a hill to where the Uber had been forced to wait, and that the workers had later 'given her attitude'.
But several traffic controllers working outside Henderson's multi-million-dollar home told Daily Mail Australia they were instructed to only let residents' cars into the street - as signs at the entrance to the road clearly state - and they are 'just doing their job'.
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Irish lollipop ladies working on a street (pictured) near Jackie 'O' Henderson's lavish Bondi apartment have hit back at the radio star after she accused them of 'giving attitude'
Construction work is being carried out near where the 45-year-old lives, with excavators and jackhammers working throughout the day to dig up bitumen and cement
Jackie 'O' lashed out at the traffic controllers on her KIIS FM breakfast show this week, telling co-host Kyle Sandilands they had refused to let Uber drivers into her street to collect her and drop off food
'I just read the article before on my break, I think it's a bit unfair because we are just doing our jobs and we've been told it's residents only,' the Irish backpacker, 22, said.
'I have to refuse Uber drivers all the time around here, because it is just for residents and residents alone.
'At one stage an Uber came and I had to bring it (the food) down to them personally.
'Now I'm not a courier service, I was just doing that out of the goodness of my heart.
'There are signs at the start of the street that say "residents only" and we don't want to lose our jobs.
'One of the biggest issues is safety. There are big trucks on the street and there's not much room, let alone when cars are down here trying to turn around - at least those people who live here can pull into their garages.
'I only started doing this at the end of April, because I was in hospitality but I got laid off because of coronavirus... so I don't want to lose another job.'
An Australian traffic controller on the same street overlooking Sydney's most famous beach also returned serve on Henderson's claims that female workers were particularly rude when holding up women drivers.
An Uber Eats delivery driver on a bike was allowed into