To wonder about blocking back alleyway
RainbowBriteUk · 30/04/2021 19:42
I live in a terrace with a dickhead NDN. Our backyards have gates which open out on to the alleyway and we use them for taking bins out. NDN parks his van out the back and often leaves shit all around it (building materials, paint pots). I've not been able to get my bin in before but soon i'm going to need access. It pisses me off that if he's parked there i'm going to have to knock and ask him to move (not on great terms) especially as he shouldn't be parked there anyway. He sometimes even parks it right in front of my gate! He's a dick of the highest order. If he's parked when I need access and refuses to move it or goes out for the day and I can't get hold of him to move it, what are my options? There is plenty of on-street parking by the way. He just takes cheeky fucker to a whole new level!!!
Am I being unreasonable?AIBU
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RainbowBriteUk · 13/05/2021 21:25
@FuckyouCovid21 Exactly! He's getting nothing from me! He/they have been a nightmare with noise and not giving a fuck since I moved in. Loud music in the bedroom at 12.30am one Sunday night/Monday morning when I had to be up early for work? Entitled, self-centred bastards. My home, even though it's rented is my dream home. I love it except for them. Their shitty behaviour is forcing me to move to protect my mental health. I hate them. Twats of the highest order.
Homemadearmy · 14/05/2021 00:23
As the op said he's likely to park there and go out if she asked him to move. I was thinking outside the box really with the buying him beer and being nice. Im not a idiot, I know he doesn't deserve beer. But I thought if it prevented him being arsey it was worth a go.
JustLyra · 14/05/2021 01:49
It might not work, but when MIL moved in with us she “accidentally” let herself be overheard in the garden telling someone (me) to just park “all the cars at the back, as the neighbour parks at the front” then said “no, I don’t need to ask him, he never parks at the back so I don’t care if he doesn’t want all the cars there ”.
Her annoying neighbour smugly parked at the back and watched from the window.... while we used the access we needed to move her out
lydia2021 · 14/05/2021 02:02
I think it may be deemed blocking a fire exit. Your local fire brigade give free advice and assessment if you ask them. He might not feel so inclined to block you in if there is a chance of fire in the front door area of your home. And you cant get out, so fire back as it were, by looking at it from a legal point of view.
AnotherKrampus · 14/05/2021 02:22
This is not meant as advice but when I have been in a situation where someone blocked the gates and I needed to leave fairly urgently to take my mother to hosptial, I smashed their car window, undid their handbrake and pushed it out of the way. No CCTV cameras there though.
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