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To call the police on these noisy bastards

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Noisybastards Mon 18-Jun-18 21:34:31

Neighbours appear to have invited everyone they know round for the England game.

Everyone has spilled out into the garden, bonkers style tunes blaring full blast, annoying muts barking at the top of their lungs, drunken louts screaming over one another.

I have a one year old trying to sleep, a DH up at 4am should I just put anonymous call into the police?

It's a Monday night FFS no need to act like you're in Benidorm because you're team bet an easy team.

On a side note I love footy but hate English footy culture. Most other countries celebrate with grace not like they're off to club 18-30

CluedoAddict Mon 18-Jun-18 21:38:01

Nobody will be interested until at least 11pm.

lineyturner Mon 18-Jun-18 21:38:33

Police won't do anything

Too early and no crime being committed.

Sucks though.

nocoolnamesleft Mon 18-Jun-18 21:39:47

The police are busy with actual real crime. Please don't waste police time.

TroubledLichen Mon 18-Jun-18 21:40:27

God they sound like awful neighbours, poor you. The council would probably be the right place to complain to, however the noise curfew I think is 11am-7pm so I don’t know if they could do anything yet. I take it the neighbours wouldn't take it well if you pop rounded and asked them nicely to keep it down?

Cleanermaidcook Mon 18-Jun-18 21:41:01

They have broken no law!

MollyPutTheKettle0n Mon 18-Jun-18 21:41:34

Make sure your DH makes as much noise as he can when he leaves for work in the morning

bluemoonchances Mon 18-Jun-18 21:42:41

FFS can they call the police when your kid is screaming at any time of the day or night? Get over yourself it's not even late.

theveryhighlife Mon 18-Jun-18 21:47:02

I'd be a bit annoyed if I was on an early shift at work like your dh, however it's a waste of police time to call if it's before 11pm.
It's an annoyance- that's all. Let them enjoy themselves!

Noisybastards Mon 18-Jun-18 21:50:26

nocoolnamesleft Bluemoonchances

Clearly you agree (abd probably take part) with this chav like behaviour of being as loud as you fucking want with little regard or courtesy for others.

When an overly tired truck driver ploughs into your loved ones because the neighbours decide when he is allowed to go to bed we'll see what you have to say then.

SaucyJack Mon 18-Jun-18 21:52:58

It's not even 10 yet :-/

I don't like football either, but people celebrating a few matches every four years isn't the end of the world.

Noisybastards Mon 18-Jun-18 21:53:43

bluemoonchances my DC has woken 4 times since the game ended due to high pitch shrieks and dogs barking. Somehow when I told DC to 'get over themselves' it made no difference?

Get over yourself, if you want to wail like a banshee fuck off to the pub you daft clown

MissGiddyPants Mon 18-Jun-18 21:56:00

Ffs calm down.

Tartsamazeballs Mon 18-Jun-18 21:56:40

You posted that at 9.30?! Really?? Calm down! Maybe truck driver should invest in some earplugs if he's that noise sensitive? Most shift workers I know crash out at the drop of a hat. And likely you'll be more wound up about the noise than your one year old, mine is sleeping through my husband sanding the skirtings in the room next to her.

CommunistLegoBloc Mon 18-Jun-18 21:57:58

...wow

I mean I felt sorry for you, even if the police isn’t the right reaction. But your attitude is appalling.

nocoolnamesleft Mon 18-Jun-18 21:58:50

Noisybastards

As it happens, no. I don't drink. I don't play music outside. I've never kept the neighbours awake. And I've been kept awake until past 4am when I had to be up at 8am for a 24 hour shift at the hospital.

On the other hand, I've waited several hours for the police to come after someone sledgehammered in the house next door. I've waited for the police to come to a RTC. I've worked with the police when children went missing, were found injured, were brought in dead. They are incredibly overstretched. Wasting police time on your neighbours being twats is selfish and irresponsible.

theveryhighlife Mon 18-Jun-18 21:59:47

OP if he's really that tired there's a risk of killing people he needs to call in fatigued. If the noise is done by 11, that's still 5 hours sleep, which wouldn't result in fatigue.

pennylulu Mon 18-Jun-18 22:01:02

England are playing. AND WON.

Don't be such a curmudgeon!

Join in the fun!

Crunchymum Mon 18-Jun-18 22:01:14

Do you live here OP

goo.gl/images/QfBXNz

bluemoonchances Mon 18-Jun-18 22:01:49

Your question is in AIBU and I think you are being very unreasonable. Don't like the answers don't ask the question.

I work shifts (very long shifts in a high pressure job) and so I absolutely know what it's like having to sleep when other people are being noisy.

As I said . Get over yourself.

Nicknacky Mon 18-Jun-18 22:01:57

Your h needs ear plugs. The police aren’t going to respond to this just because your h is a lorry driver.

CosmicCanary Mon 18-Jun-18 22:01:58

Ear plugs are the answer.
Or maybe he should not be endagering other road users by getting behind the wheel if he is tired..

Christ my exdh has worked nights for 15 years he uses ear plugs and a blackout blind. He does not expect the world to stay quite just for him. He also does a very dangerous job and HE takes responsibility for completing his job safely.

delilahbucket Mon 18-Jun-18 22:03:01

Awful predicament but the police are highly unlikely to do anything about noise. It's the council's job to deal with it, but they will only look at it if it is a regular occurrence.

aldaniti Mon 18-Jun-18 22:03:19

Unfortunately we live in a world now where a good number of people think they're entitled to whatever they want despite annoyance or disturbance to others. I feel for you. But I think you're directing your anger in the wrong direction...

DinoSn0re Mon 18-Jun-18 22:06:06

I had some sympathy for you until your attitude towards other posters became so vile. If it’s not a regular occurrence then it’s not reasonable to waste anyone’s time complaining about it. Go to the shops tomorrow and buy your husband some ear plugs.

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