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Anti-Social Behaviour from your Neighbours

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 24 Nov 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
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Anti-social behaviour can put a tremendous amount of strain on people and, if left unchecked, it can ruin a community all too soon, with disputes between neighbours being a common problem. There are a whole range of laws governing anti-social behaviour, which can lead to legal action being taken against the perpetrator(s).

Anti-social Problems

Anti-social behaviour can incorporate a whole range of issues. These can include problems with:

  • Noisy neighbours
  • Drug taking and drinking on the streets
  • Pets – particularly dangerous dogs and Barking Dogs
  • Litter and graffiti
  • Vandalism
  • Racism
  • Teenage gangs or other forms of intimidating groups or individuals such as young and unruly children
  • Abandoned cars
  • Fly tipping

However, it’s important to remember that in certain instances, anti-social behaviour can mean entirely different things to different people. As neighbours, it’s always necessary to realise that we will often have different values, beliefs and opinions, and so what someone might object to and see as anti-social behaviour may not be covered by any of the legislation. For example, if you like to mow your lawn every week, but your next door neighbours takes a more relaxed attitude towards keeping on top of their garden and only mows it every month or so, then that wouldn’t be classed as anti-social behaviour under the current legislation.

How To Tackle Anti-social Behaviour

There are numerous different approaches to tackling anti-social behaviour involving neighbours living close by. The action to take will often be determined by the type of behaviour involved and the person(s) causing the problem. For example, how you deal with your next door neighbour who is playing their music too loudly after midnight is likely to be very different from how you’d tackle the problem of a gang of teenage youths jumping on top of cars in the street.

In certain situations, you may feel that the problem is serious enough to dial 999 to get the police involved or, at the other end of the scale, you might be able to resolve the problem by having an amicable conversation with a neighbour. Remember that neighbours may not even be aware that they are causing a problem.

In other circumstances, however, your best course of action is likely to involve contacting the relevant department within your local authority or alternatively, getting in touch with your local anti-social behaviour co-ordinator, who is likely to be a member of your local police force. You can find out who that is on the Home Office’s website by simply inputting your postcode. Within that website, there are also details about how you can contact your local Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership Representative.

What Happens Next?

If your complaint is investigated, you may be asked to gather evidence by the antisocial behaviour team, which might include keeping a diary or log of the offending behaviour. Depending upon the seriousness of the issue, the police may be called in straight away. Should a particular case go to court, you may also be asked to give evidence.

What About Possible Reprisals?

Many people who are asked to testify against their neighbours in court are frightened to do so for fear of reprisals. However, it can be arranged for you to give evidence anonymously and you do have Confidentiality Rights. Also, a police officer, a doctor, health worker, council official or teacher can also give evidence on your behalf if you feel particularly vulnerable.

Other Solutions

In many cases of antisocial behaviour involving neighbours or other members of the community, a resolution can often be obtained before the matter even gets to court. Official warning letters and interviews can sometimes be sufficient to stop the problem, but other methods include drawing up Acceptable Behaviour Agreements or Parenting Contracts as well as Fixed Penalty Notices and Noise Abatement Notices. The courts also have the power to issue Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) and can resort to other methods such as dispersal orders and demoted tenancies, for example. Read more about how to apply for an anti social behaviour order.

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Ash - Your Question:
I live in a flat and I have a 15 month old son. My downstairs neighbour had a pneumatic drill attached to his ceiling and any time my son crawls around the floor he switches it on and it is deafening. The whole house vibrates. He has admitted to me that he does this in order to intimidate us and so I will lift my son up and not let him crawl on the floor. He is Russian so his English isn't the best but he said to me the other day that my son is a problem. What should I do?

Our Response:
It's probably worth reporting this kind of behaviour to your local police - it's extremely strange behaviour.
ProblemNeighbours - 27-Nov-17 @ 3:32 PM
I live in a flat and I have a 15 month old son. My downstairs neighbour had a pneumatic drill attached to his ceiling and any time my son crawls around the floor he switches it on and it is deafening. The whole house vibrates. He has admitted to me that he does this in order to intimidate us and so I will lift my son up and not let him crawl on the floor. He is Russian so his English isn't the best but he said to me the other day that my son is a problem. What should I do?
Ash - 24-Nov-17 @ 12:34 PM
Eviefrye - Your Question:
I’m starting to get a little fed up of neighbours being so inconsiderate and I really don’t know what to do.As soon as everyone’s lights are out in the street they decide to come out at least four times a night for one to two minute random intervals between 11.30pm and 4.30am every single night within earshot of my bedroom window talking loudly and slamming their bins. They slam their bin lids really loudly and have conversations with other people like it’s during the day and not in the early hours of the morning where people and children are getting up early for school or work or appointments or college.Every Wednesday they will take their bins out between the hours of 12.30am and 4.30am and the rattling also disturbs my sleep and wakes me up. I’m also sure they move other people’s bins around too which causes problems on collection day where my bin has not been collected a number of times now as a result because it’s being moved from its collection stop. To make matters worse they have now put up a manual porch light (when the street is bright enough as it is with the lighting) which shines directly into my bedroom window like a floodlight and no amount of blackout blinds or curtains will keep this light out. Their house and my house is separated by a single pavement which is how close they are to mebut because I’m a council tennant and they private let there’s nothing the council can really do to stop their behaviour. But is there really something that can be done here? It would be nice to be able to sleep in a dark quiet room for once not constantly being woken up by noise and moving shadows.

Our Response:
Your environmental health officer might be able to do something about this; noise at those hours is very antisocial and the EHO will be able to use their powers to serve an abatement notice. Take a look at our Guide here
ProblemNeighbours - 21-Nov-17 @ 10:07 AM
I’m starting to get a little fed up of neighbours being so inconsiderate and I really don’t know what to do. As soon as everyone’s lights are out in the street they decide to come out at least four times a night for one to two minute random intervals between 11.30pm and 4.30am every single night within earshot of my bedroom window talking loudly and slamming their bins. They slam their bin lids really loudly and have conversations with other people like it’s during the day and not in the early hours of the morning where people and children are getting up early for school or work or appointments or college. Every Wednesday they will take their bins out between the hours of 12.30am and 4.30am and the rattling also disturbs my sleep and wakes me up. I’m also sure they move other people’s bins around too which causes problems on collection day where my bin has not been collected a number of times now as a result because it’s being moved from its collection stop. To make matters worse they have now put up a manual porch light (when the street is bright enough as it is with the lighting) which shines directly into my bedroom window like a floodlight and no amount of blackout blinds or curtains will keep this light out. Their house and my house is separated by a single pavement which is how close they are to me but because I’m a council tennant and they private let there’s nothing the council can really do to stop their behaviour. But is there really something that can be done here? It would be nice to be able to sleep in a dark quiet room for once not constantly being woken up by noise and moving shadows.
Eviefrye - 20-Nov-17 @ 12:57 AM
What action can my residential social landlord take in regards to my neighbours either side of me. There have been serveral scuffles Between the brothers in these families and it’s ongoing Just wanted to know what actions they can take
Ad - 16-Nov-17 @ 10:04 PM
My neighbours are making videos and they are literally making fun ofour family making fun of us and saying we are trash,they are mentioning our names and our address from the day the moved on they started bullying my family and what is really unfair is that they made the whole town join in everyone is mocking us and they are trying get into our personal affairs Reasons why my 3 sons get bullies in school and have no real friends.what can i do to resolve this issue please reply on form this a serious matter they are all bulling us outside and inside the flat.I dont usually confront them because i believe that if you know the truth that that is but they are trying to give me a bad reputation.I have no problems with them but they do.Please Help can i get a reply on the form
Sl - 16-Nov-17 @ 9:38 AM
I have had to MOVE so many times, because of INCONSIDERATE BAD neighbours! Human beings are naturally ROTTEN! There is ALWAYS some horrible CRUEL sadistic human, who enjoys SLAMMING DOORS and being ANTI SOCIAL! EVERYWHERE!!!!!!
Anonymous - 29-Aug-17 @ 9:05 AM
My neibourgh down the stair starts banging at 9 pm at night or drilling at 11 pmthey are in the house all day I have spoke to her but it still continues what can I do
Jackie - 22-Jul-17 @ 9:40 PM
My next door neighbour is making my life hell. We have had numerous arguments, started by her when she is drunk. She stands on her back garden which backs on to a public walkway shouting lies about my family and also discussing her own business The last incident was on a Friday evening when after no speaking to her for almost two months she texted me to find out why I didn't complain about a party at my neighbour the other side of me. This then led to other things being said about my family. She was also trying to message my daughter who was at work and my neighbour who held the alleged party. This problem has been going on almost 12 months and I need to find a solution. I am thinking of seeing her landlord to see if he can get her to act reasonably. Anyone help me please
Mary - 10-Jul-17 @ 2:44 PM
wrxgirl - Your Question:
We have lived in a social rented house for 2 years. Its a terraced row of 6. both houses either side are privately owned. One recently sold up and a young couple approx 25 bought it. They moved in at 1am waking us and the house the other side of them. The next day they threw a bbq party and there was loud music, coming and goings of loudly spoken guests, inconsiderate parking etc. It continued a little the next day day. We decided not to comment - benefit of the doubt - just moved in. They disappeared on the sunday night and reappeared 2 weeks later to throw another bbq party. This was worse, drunkeness, someone vomitting over their front garden etc etc. We have a share path and passageway to the rear garden. They parked so the lady the other side had difficulty getting her car out. Then they disappeared for a few days. Not once have they approached anyone locally or shown any respect. My daughter couldnt sleep properly, I was so angry. THEN we get a stream of different strangers coming and going from the house - one morning a group of 6 men piled in and you could hear them up and down the stairs, talking - everything was LOUD. It appears they are staying there. which is when I discover the house is being let on a website called airbnb as a short term holiday let (minimum stay 2 nights) actively saying the garden is perfect for outdoor entertaining and summer bbqs. I am fuming. We will never have a clue who is coming and going next door, and I feel very insecure about this. We do not want holidaymakers coming and throwing garden parties. It is just so inconsiderate in a residential street of terraced housing where lots of children and elderly live. We never heard a peep from the old owners, now every movement in the house is loud. I have logged complaints to the website. Has anyone else had this issue?

Our Response:
You could try contacting your local planning department, some authorities require planning permission for change of use, for properties which are let for more than 90 days per year.
ProblemNeighbours - 3-Jul-17 @ 11:53 AM
Screamingkids - Your Question:
My neighbours children who are under 10 all play, shout and scream outside the scream front of my house and attract more screaming noisy children. It happens every school day from 3 onwards and I dont know what to do. I dont want to upset my neighbours or make things worse but we cant hear ourselves think inside our own house because of the high pitched screaming. Today it started at 3:30 and it will go on until 8:30. The parents are never anywhere to be seen and also must hear all the screams. My pets are scared inside the house as the noise goes on for hours every day. They also play arpund our parked cars and right up close to our living room windows. Its not the childrens fault they havent been taught not to do these thungs but I need to know what we can do to stop this behaviour.

Our Response:
You can't stop children playing but if they are causing damage to your cars or property then the police should of course be able to help.
ProblemNeighbours - 3-Jul-17 @ 10:48 AM
We have lived in a social rented house for 2 years. Its a terraced row of 6. both houses either side are privately owned. One recently sold up and a young couple approx 25 bought it. They moved in at 1am waking us and the house the other side of them. The next day they threw a bbq party and there was loud music, coming and goings of loudly spoken guests, inconsiderate parking etc. It continued a little the next day day. We decided not to comment - benefit of the doubt - just moved in. They disappeared on the sunday night and reappeared 2 weeks later to throw another bbq party. This was worse, drunkeness, someone vomitting over their front garden etc etc. We have a share path and passageway to the rear garden. They parked so the lady the other side had difficulty getting her car out. Then they disappeared for a few days. Not once have they approached anyone locally or shown any respect. My daughter couldnt sleep properly, I was so angry. THEN we get a stream of different strangers coming and going from the house - one morning a group of 6 men piled in and you could hear them up and down the stairs, talking - everything was LOUD. It appears they are staying there... which is when i discover the house is being let on a website called airbnb as a short term holiday let (minimum stay 2 nights) actively saying the garden is perfect for outdoor entertaining and summer bbqs. I am fuming. We will never have a clue who is coming and going next door, and i feel very insecure about this. We do not want holidaymakers coming and throwing garden parties. It is just so inconsiderate in a residential street of terraced housing where lots of children and elderly live.We never heard a peep from the old owners, now every movement in the house is loud. I have logged complaints to the website. Has anyone else had this issue?
wrxgirl - 1-Jul-17 @ 3:24 PM
My neighbours children who are under 10 all play, shout and scream outside the scream front of my house and attract more screaming noisy children. It happens every school day from 3 onwards and i dont know what to do. I dont want to upset my neighbours or make things worse but we cant hear ourselves think inside our own house because of the high pitched screaming. Today it started at 3:30 and it will go on until 8:30. The parents are never anywhere to be seen and also must hear all the screams. My pets are scared inside the house as the noise goes on for hours every day. They also play arpund our parked cars and right up close to our living room windows. Its not the childrens fault they havent been taught not to do these thungs but I need to know what we can do to stop this behaviour.
Screamingkids - 30-Jun-17 @ 7:30 PM
PopD - Your Question:
So, my neighbours, 1 adult female and her 20(ish) year old son. Neither work. We have dreaded summer as last year the back garden was a youth club. Every day ( almost) and evening they are out there, a group of about 4-8 'Lads' sitting on the patio right outside their, and my house. The language was blue, the details of sexual conquers indepth. The aroma from the bong (i could hear the bubbles) and joints was intense. We asked them to curb language and when outside we will now shout over the fence 'Excuse me, young children about' The response 'Sorry' and lower tones and calmer language for about 5 minutes. Then the eff's and c's fire out with out consideration. And they really have no volume control.My 3 children won't go in the garden if they hear them as they think they are scary.They loud base music that vibrates through into my dining room/office which I need to sit in to complete my paper work 2 days per week.So the suns out and the son has decided to buy 2 puppies and now we have barking and crying dogs to add to the youth club equation. We are seriously considering moving but should we really have to????

Our Response:
Contact your environmental health department. While the noise does not fall within the usual noise nuisance category of 11pm to 7am, the swearing and dogs barking are antisocial so action might be feasible.
ProblemNeighbours - 16-Jun-17 @ 10:34 AM
So, my neighbours, 1 adult female and her 20(ish) year old son. Neither work. We have dreaded summer as last year the back garden was a youth club. Every day ( almost) and evening they are out there, a group of about 4-8 'Lads' sitting onthe patio right outside their, and my house. The language was blue, the details of sexual conquers indepth. The aroma from the bong (i could hear the bubbles)and joints was intense. We asked them to curb language and when outside we will now shout over the fence 'Excuse me, young children about' The response 'Sorry' and lower tones and calmer language for about 5 minutes.Then the eff's and c's fire out with out consideration. And they really have no volume control. My 3 children won't go in the garden if they hear them as they think they are scary. They loud base music that vibrates through into my dining room/office which i need to sit in to complete my paper work 2 days per week. So the suns out and the son has decided to buy 2 puppies and now we have barking and crying dogs to add to the youth club equation. We are seriously considering moving but should we really have to????
PopD - 13-Jun-17 @ 3:34 PM
Ok so my downstairs neighbour has split personality disorder , smokes crack and is an alcoholic ...... We regularly hear him and have seen him having 3 way conversations with himselfshouting and banging on walls all hours of the night .... Ive been talking to him and within a few mins he is someone else dosent recognise me or know where he is and gets violent. Im woken up 2 or 3 times a week by the police mistaking my apartment for his. A few days ago he was drunk in the street and decided to set our bins on fire .....i woke up to a fire engine blasting water at my window because the flames had spread close to the apartments ..... There was no one saw him do it but all other 4 apartments heard and saw him drunk out there .... Its a closed street and no one else was out at almost 3am . But because no one saw him light it the officers couldnt do anything ... He is a regular at the crazy house and regularly gets a forced stay there for a few weeks but always returns to the apartments with 0 change. Yes its gov housing so reports have 0 effect . I dont know what to do
kate - 2-Jun-17 @ 1:17 AM
My neighbour above us had party from 11pm last night and this morning they were banging the cupboard doors and stump they feet on the kitchen floor and people sleep there and we had more cigarettes in our back garden and the noise when on gone 2.30 am when my 2 year old daughter in her bed sleep this neighbour with her girlfriend both drama Queens we sent letter to housing but our housing officer is too soft on the neighbour above got everyone in flat to cause for us because the neighbour and her girlfriend wants us out of this flat and she has dogs Barking all hours this is the noisy neighbour in the block of flats she got to have everything her way and her son told his mother tell the neighbour to find....off and he don't live there the police will be called next and she saying horrible things about us also racist towards my partner it's not on
Lou - 29-May-17 @ 3:21 PM
Sean - Your Question:
So it all began someone kicking out one of my solar powered lights, I thought nothing of this (could have been post man by accident). Then I woke up 2 weeks later to find all my lights pulled out and soaked in the only plant pot at the front of my house full of water. This was an annoyance in its own as I had to replace them all. Now just a further week on I have had the under side of a full car bumper dumped in my front lawn (this has been sat on the road side for a month now a good 6-7 houses away from mine). I live in a fairly new and secluded close with no access other than the single road in. It's clear this is a neighbour doing this, I plan to put up a camera (in the attempt to catch them in the act and see which house there from). I don't interact with anyone from the street and feel this has made me an easy target. What can I do once I have figured it out ?

Our Response:
Once you've worked out whether it's the same perpetrator each time - you can either ask them yourselves why they're doing it, or speak to you local police (non emergency number 101) or your PCSO. If you can get evidence on camera or video all the better.
ProblemNeighbours - 3-May-17 @ 10:15 AM
So it all began someone kicking out one of my solar powered lights, I thought nothing of this (could have been post man by accident). Then I woke up 2 weeks later to find all my lights pulled out and soaked in the only plant pot at the front of my house full of water. This was an annoyance in its own as I had to replace them all. Now just a further week on I have had the under side of a full car bumper dumped in my front lawn (this has been sat on the road side for a month now a good 6-7 houses away from mine). I live in a fairly new and secluded close with no access other than the single road in. It's clear this is a neighbour doing this, I plan to put up a camera (in the attempt to catch them in the act and see which house there from). I don't interact with anyone from the street and feel this has made me an easy target. What can I do once I have figured it out ?
Sean - 2-May-17 @ 11:10 AM
MissyK - Your Question:
What is the best approach to deal with my upstairs neighbour who on several occasions now (this morning at 205am being the latest occurrence) is drunk and shouting at his/partner. This wakes me from my sleep and also makes my dogs skittish. I work 12 hr shifts and sometimes cant get back to sleep due to the fact that my heart is racing as ive been startled awake. I seriously cant be going on like this. I know everyone has some sort of problems in yheir lives and couples argue from time to time. This is not a young couple either, they are around the 60 mark.

Our Response:
Do you share the same landlord? If so that's your first port of call. Secondly try a letter see our templates in this section. Thirdly, if you can, keep a note of all the occurrences; the type of noise made/ the duration etc and report it to your local environmental health office.
ProblemNeighbours - 28-Apr-17 @ 2:38 PM
What is the best approach to deal with my upstairs neighbour who on several occasions now (this morning at 205am being the latest occurrence) is drunk and shouting at his/partner. This wakes me from my sleep and also makes my dogs skittish.I work 12 hr shifts and sometimes cant get back to sleep due to the fact that my heart is racing as ive been startled awake. I seriously cant be going on like this. I know everyone has some sort of problems in yheir lives and couples argue from time to time. This is not a young couple either, they are around the 60 mark.
MissyK - 27-Apr-17 @ 2:39 PM
Jack- Your Question:
My son kicked football over neighbours fence asked for it back last week and it didn't come back , I asked again on fri and she she started swearing at me and I asked her not to speak to me like that , she used foul language about my 9 year old son , this is not the first time there has been a situation, I feel intimidated with this and very upset that my son heard all this , what action can I take ?

Our Response:
You could try talking to her first of all. If the problem recurs, you could see if there's a mediation service in your area.
ProblemNeighbours - 28-Mar-17 @ 12:59 PM
My son kicked football over neighbours fence asked for it back last week and it didn't come back , I asked again on fri and she she started swearing at me and I asked her not to speak to me like that , she used foul language about my 9 year old son , this is not the first time there has been a situation, I feel intimidated with this and very upset that my son heard all this , what action can I take ?
Jack - 27-Mar-17 @ 1:11 PM
I live in a nice flat housing associations with my partner and little daughter the neighbour down stairs play drums loud and my daughter says noise and too loud the neighbour not working has people staying there every weekend noisy on the tenancy agreement says no loud speakers guitar and bass not to be played
Lou - 16-Mar-17 @ 10:49 PM
tids - Your Question:
We have been having issues with our neighbour for almost a year, it came to a head but has not stopped in October when shy physically assaulted me and bit my nan. We are awaiting the outcome of a criminal prosecution but the problems are still happening. Our respective housing offices have done very little to help alleviate the problems what can I do now. We've stayed well out of their way and are trying to get on with our lives but its all beginning to get us all very down.

Our Response:
It might be better to await the outcome of the prosecution. If the behaviour contravenes the tenancy agreement, this should be sufficient for a warning or even eviction (following a court case). If you're unhappy with the way the housing association/local council has dealt with the issue, you can make a formal complaint. Following this, you can consider contacting the Ombudsman
ProblemNeighbours - 2-Mar-17 @ 2:05 PM
We have been having issues with our neighbour for almost a year, it came to a head but has not stopped in October when shy physically assaulted me and bit my nan. We are awaiting the outcome of a criminal prosecution but the problems are still happening. Our respective housing offices have done very little to help alleviate the problems what can I do now. We've stayed well out of their way and are trying to get on with our lives but its all beginning to get us all very down.
tids - 1-Mar-17 @ 10:49 AM
mark wilson - Your Question:
I have just received a letter from the council saying they will be calling to my house with the police. An appointment has been made yhn/Northumbria police to attend your property on dd/mm/yy to discuss ongoing issues between yourself & a neighbour. I and the rest of my neighbours have had problems with this neighbour since the day he moved in. he says I am blocking his drive so he has to move the bins 3am to get his car onto his drive. Lie I have video evidence of him parking / reversing his car into his drive then moving the bin directly outside of my gate what is at least 6 meters away. If the bins were in front of his gate he could not possibly drive in yet alone reverse in. help please I am desperate for some input.

Our Response:
We can't really give any advice here. The police and council will simply be investigating a complaint. Just give your own side of the position in a rational manner.
ProblemNeighbours - 22-Feb-17 @ 12:02 PM
I have just received a letter from the council saying they will be calling to my house with the police. An appointment has been made yhn/Northumbria police to attend your property on dd/mm/yy to discuss ongoing issues between yourself & a neighbour.I and the rest of my neighbours have had problems with this neighbour since the day he moved in. he says I am blocking his drive so he has to move the bins 3amto get his car onto his drive. Lie I have video evidence of him parking / reversing his car into his drive then moving the bin directly outside of my gate what is at least 6 meters away. If the bins were in front of his gate he could not possibly drive in yet alone reverse in. help please I am desperate for some input.
mark wilson - 19-Feb-17 @ 6:56 PM
The other night a neighbour who lives in the flat across from mine started banging my door while I was in bed I ignored it because I don't like to associate with drug addicts which he is.He actually opened my door and entered my home without my.permission I usually have my door locked. I went over and he was bangingon about borrowing a drill I said I don't have one he didn't seemto understand. Ever since he has been banging on other neighbours doors
Daisydo7 - 30-Jan-17 @ 12:04 AM
i moved to a new unit (renting) in 20/10/2016 and my neighbor who live in the unit under me she own the flat and she is part of the strata management and she use her power to annoyed me regarding to my kids ,I have two kids7 and 5 years old and from the first day i moved to the flat she came to complains about my kids make noise and she told me the building has a problem that with the floor not thick enough to absorb the noise ,then she sent me a letter through the strata given me warning mention that my kids jumping off the furniture ,wrestling and jumping up and down on the floor which is not true that things make my wife and me under stress and start smack the kids for any tiny thing which make my kids not feel well and upset at school.,in addition my son has asthma. that lady has the same story with the previous tenant and he has only one kid she over 50 years old she live by herself no kids no boyfriend or girlfriend and she only has 4 years in that unit. in my opinion this lady she is Racist against the people from non English backgroundand she hate the family with kids because in the other flats around her more noise coming from the people talk loudly after 10;00 pm and my kids sleep every day between 7:30 and 8:00 pm. My wife now under stress and anxiety and she want to leave the country SAM 29/01/2017 @4:41 am
sam - 28-Jan-17 @ 5:42 PM
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