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My nightmare neighbour wedges his bin open and moves it closer to my front door to 'stink out our house' – I'm furious | The Sun

A FURIOUS woman claims she's caught her nightmare neighbour trying to stink out her house with his "smelly bin" – by wedging its lid open outside her front door.

The woman claims her neighbour moves his bin near her home before wedging the lid open with a stone – and she's captured the latter on video.

In a video she posted to TikTok, the woman wrote: "Tell me your neighbour's a c*** without telling me your neighbours a c***.

"Wedging a stone on his bin lid so it stinks out our front door."

In the video, which appears to be captured on a door camera, a man can be seen putting a bag full of rubbish in a bin and closing the lid.

He then appears to be walking away, but turns and looks at the ground.

He bends down, picks up a rock and wedges it in his bin's lid – leaving it slightly open.

The video has split opinions online.

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Some say the neighbour is just airing out his bin, but others have given advice on how to deal with the situation in a not-so-civil way.

A number of Tiktok users commented saying that is how they wedge their bin lids open to stop them smelling, and suggested he was doing that, too.

But, the woman claimed this was just a "small snippet" of what the nightmare neighbour does.

In other comments, people encouraged the woman to move the man's bin closer to his house.

To which she claimed the bin used to sit on the other side of the man's house, but he had moved it near her front door.

Some suggested putting cleaning products in and on his bin, but others suggested putting chicken or fruit in his bin to attract flies.

The woman replied that she liked all the grim ideas, and to "keep them coming".

Neighbour disputes are not uncommon.

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Just last week a woman took to the internet complaining about how her neighbour's overhanging tree drops berries "all over" her garden, causing pigeons to nest in it and then make a mess all over her fence panels.

Another was furious that their neighbour had decked out their garden with bright lights.

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