A MAN got up on a ladder to address all his neighbours after someone complained to the council about his “loud music”.
At the start of the footage on TikTok a man dressed in a white t-shirt and blue shorts at the top of a step ladder starts ringing a bell.
He then can be heard yelling out: “Attention all my neighbours.
“If you’re not the nosy neighbour who likes to send anonymous emails to the council about making noise please ignore the last message.
He then continues: “If you are the nosy neighbour who likes to send anonymous emails to the council – get your f*****g facts right.
“I’ve never played loud music in my life.
“Better still, go f**k yourself and f**k your grandmother and balls to yer.
He then adds: “To the rest of my neighbours, if you’d like have a party and are free on Saturday, I’ll pay for it.”
The man then rings the bell some more before adding: “Just remember there’s a grass amongst us.”
He then steps down from the ladder and the video ends.
在六月, an aggressive note left on a communal noticeboard divided opinion after it demanded a group of residents stopped playing their music.
读到的笔记: “Unit 22 stop your music. We need a quiet environment to work/live.”
It appeared two other people agreed with the author of the note.
They commented “well done” 和 “great work” 在线的.
In another dispute, a woman alleged her neighbours were trying to “steal” her garage and the dispute has been going on for years.
In one video Amanda – who describes herself as a mother, teacher and grad student – displays a map which shows her small chunk of land next to the much larger property of her neighbour.
She then points to the results of a land survey that she says “shows the garage is in our property” and it was built in the 1980s.
The woman says the neighbour transferred ownership of land to their daughter that included the garage back in the 1990s.
Amanda said the daughter lost the land to foreclosure which she then bought.
In another video she says she has obtained an order which prevents her neighbours from using the garage.
Early last month another woman went on Reddit to claim a neighbour had put up a fence on her property and then asked her for £2,000 to pay for it.
女人, who is nine month pregnant, feels she has been conned, as she had only asked for a quote for the project.
别处, legal expert has revealed the four most common neighbour spats to The Sun.