A deranged man was caught on camera allegedly rubbing feces on his neighbors’ new car shortly after pouring what’s believed to be urine through their letterbox in Hampshire, England, SWNS reported.
“It turned out he was putting urine through the letterbox and cat poo everywhere — he put it on my car and the doorstep, and he’d even gone round to my back gate and put urine on my [trash] bins as well,” Sue Waters said of the Aug. 6 incident.
“He was picking up bits of cat poo and moving it and then picking it up again and moving it somewhere else, and this went on for hours.”
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Sue, 59, said she and her husband Martin, 61 were vacationing in Cypress when she was “horrified” to see the neighbor’s face on their doorbell camera.
Clueless as to what the man was pouring on their property — and fearing it might have been a flammable substance like gasoline — the Waters called on their daughter and son-in-law to inspect the home.
“Our daughter and son-in-law cleared it up for us, and they were steaming the floor, but I had to throw out my rug because it stunk of urine. We were so upset,” Sue said.
The irrational neighbor’s rationale? He claims the couple took his parking spot.
Apparently, both sides had been in a dispute over a communal parking space, one which the Waters said they had proof belonged to them as a “visitor’s space.”
“He said, ‘They told me it was my space,’ and we said, ‘No, it’s for visitors, anyone can park there. ‘We’ve got the plans,’” Sue said. “He knew that. He was one of those that if he could bully you and make you think it’s his space he would like that.”
She added that the naughty neighbor “carried on” with the issue and frequently knocked on the Waters’ door to tell them to move.
“I didn’t have a problem if he parked in that spot. I only had a problem with him knocking and asking us to move out of a visitor’s space … If he wanted to park there we couldn’t care less. We don’t care who parks there. It’s not a parking dispute on our part,” she said.
Sue — who said she had her tires mysteriously flattened one time — was skeptical of the neighbor and insisted they install the cameras ahead of their trip.
“I had just got a new car, and I said to my husband, ‘I don’t trust him, I want cameras up,’” she recalled.
Adding insult to odorous injury, police were unable to book the man, nor give the Waters a taste of justice, according to Sue.
“The police are saying it’s not a criminal act, so he’s got away with everything scot-free,” she said.
“Basically someone can be on your property, putting poo on your car and putting urine through your door for hours and that’s not a criminal act … But if my husband was to wee in the street they would class that as a criminal act,” she said.
She added that if the man racked up more than $500 in damage to the car then he might have been booked.
A Hampshire police spokesman said that “police viewed [security footage] which showed a tissue being wiped on a car and a liquid being poured around the front door area.
There is no damage, or evidence that the behavior meets the standard for criminal prosecution. No further criminal action is being taken in relation to this incident.”
But that’s not a good enough answer for the woman driving a white Ford with a brown tint.
“How much more evidence do you need? It’s absolutely ridiculous,” Sue said.