Karma - what goes around comes around

#1
Over the past few years a sh*thead chav scumbag living across from my back garden has made life a misery for his neighbors - loud music, shouting, abusive language, drug dealing, violent behavior, uncontrolled dog (called "Carling" FFS) etc etc.

The final straw seems to have been his attacks on his partner (a dozy but generally quiet chav slapper). He has been nicked several times and is well know to the local police.

Anyway, after many complaints from surrounding neighbours, the local housing people have chucked him out (although the women and her two kids are staying in the house).

However, when the long suffering partner went back home the place was a tip - filthy, dog sh*t everywhere etc. The housing authority have photographed everything, the police have searched the premises, and he will be getting a bill for damages etc in due course.

Well, he will be getting the bill when he is let out of the local loony bin - the cn*t has just been sectioned after a failed overdose (pity they found him in time), and he is being held indefinitely.

Just to make things even better I have found out that he is in very poor health as the past few years of heavy drinking and drug use has donald ducked his kidneys and liver. I understand he is very poorly - ahhhh!

So, at the age of 26 this cn*t is losing his marbles, has no home, his partner doesn't want anything to do with him, he's lost his dog (it is going off to the RSPCA or something), and his health is f*cked and will probably result in an early demise!

Nice to see someone finally get what they deserve!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Wonder if the stinging nettles and stuff I have been seeding his garden with helped push him over the edge?

Rodney2q
 
#2
Our neighbour's kids have a Staffie called "Bling"!!! thankfully they dont live on our street and only visit now and then.....
 

TheIronDuke

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#4
Heh. I suspect I'm not alone in hearing on the Today programme that mid 20's kids are turning up with major Psyche problems (smoking Skunk) and liver / kidney / digestive tract problems (White Lightning)...

and smile quietly to myself.
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#5
I lived next door to a somewhat similar neighbour. An unemployed and benefit claiming drunk, whose wife left him for his brother, but left her five kids behind. At least, until they were old enough to realise their father was a waste of skin, whence they left. he and I had numerous interesting discussions late at night over his choice - and volume - of music. On one occassion he called the police, claiming I hat hit him with an iron bar. It wasn't, but was my old riot stick from Nor'iron. The police, when they arrived, spoke to me, an elderly ex copper, in very poor health, and a pillar of society, then nicked him.

I established a quiet armistice with him, then sold my house and moved. The woman who bought my house was well aware of him (she was a friend of family) and he started his old activities soon after she moved in. Sadly for him, she works for local District council, in the Enviromental health area, specifically in the area of noise pollution. He lost his stereo, then television, and is now being evicted.

I love bad news.
 
#6
Guy on the tube the other day with his i-pod so loud it was hurting MY ears. Just about to ask him to turn it down then thought "Sod it". Quietly smiled to myself thinking of the future damage he was doing to his hearing.

Have these youngsters learned nothing? Were we that bad as kids?
 

TheIronDuke

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#7
Pronto_Mike_Uniform said:
Were we that bad as kids?
No. Because, 1) in my town at least, grown men wouldnt think twice about punching your lights out if you worked your ticket, and 2) we didnt make a career of drinking and dossing about aimlessly.
 
#8
TheIronDuke said:
Pronto_Mike_Uniform said:
Were we that bad as kids?
No. Because, 1) in my town at least, grown men wouldnt think twice about punching your lights out if you worked your ticket, and 2) we didnt make a career of drinking and dossing about aimlessly.
Fair Points well made Sir. Plus I could never afford a walkman.
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#10
Pronto_Mike_Uniform said:
TheIronDuke said:
Pronto_Mike_Uniform said:
Were we that bad as kids?
No. Because, 1) in my town at least, grown men wouldnt think twice about punching your lights out if you worked your ticket, and 2) we didnt make a career of drinking and dossing about aimlessly.
Fair Points well made Sir. Plus I could never afford a walkman.
Same here, not that we had them, and carrying around a wind-up gramophone was very tiring, and they wouldn't have let me on the horse drawn omnibus either. And, damnit, the peelers would have shipped us off to Spain to fight Boney, had we caused any trouble.
 
#12
old_fat_and_hairy said:
I lived next door to a somewhat similar neighbour. An unemployed and benefit claiming drunk, whose wife left him for his brother, but left her five kids behind. At least, until they were old enough to realise their father was a waste of skin, whence they left. he and I had numerous interesting discussions late at night over his choice - and volume - of music. On one occassion he called the police, claiming I hat hit him with an iron bar. It wasn't, but was my old riot stick from Nor'iron. The police, when they arrived, spoke to me, an elderly ex copper, in very poor health, and a pillar of society, then nicked him.

I established a quiet armistice with him, then sold my house and moved. The woman who bought my house was well aware of him (she was a friend of family) and he started his old activities soon after she moved in. Sadly for him, she works for local District council, in the Enviromental health area, specifically in the area of noise pollution. He lost his stereo, then television, and is now being evicted.

I love bad news.
Heartbreaking...

No, not really - I nearly pi**sed myself laughing!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Rodney2q
 
#13
Sigh, its things like this that give me some small faith in the future...
 
#14
sounds like something that happened to the neighbour of a colleague of mine. he thought he could do a neo and jump past an on coming train. 'Tragic accident' it was and all the local papers were bleating forth with tributes by loved ones and friends about what a nice young man he was and how wonderful he was.... then it comes out that he was coked off his tits.
 
#15
Hicks said:
sounds like something that happened to the neighbour of a colleague of mine. he thought he could do a neo and jump past an on coming train. 'Tragic accident' it was and all the local papers were bleating forth with tributes by loved ones and friends about what a nice young man he was and how wonderful he was.... then it comes out that he was coked off his tits.

:rofl: :rofl:
 
#16
Not just me then?

We had a similar problem a few years ago, when sadly we lived in a flat in, not such a nice area.
Anyway, this guy moved in below us, and was fine for about a week, until he met a Lithuanian (spelling) slapper, who he moved in a day after meeting her.
He was 53 she was 35, love? I think not, as soon as she moved in, he became "Mr Trendy, I like loud music man "
So against my personal feelings, and the fact my mrs wouldnt let me
(trust me, life isnt worth living if your mrs says no), I let him get on with it, for a while anyway.

After being woken up at 4am by his music one morning, I had had enough and went down to see him, he was paraletic on the floor and she was calling him all the names she knew in English.
As you can imagine, dropping him wasnt an option, lambs to the slaughter in his state, so I told her to turn it off and that was that.

The good part of my experience is, my mrs works for the DSS, and sadly for him, in fraud, :)

He had been claiming incapacity benefit and also sinlge person allowance, both of which were total pap.
So after passing the info onto others in her dept ( she wasnt allowed to deal with it being a neighbour) they went into overdrive to get him done.

We moved from the property on the 1st of Feb this year, on the 14th of Feb, he was in court to explain his fraudulent claim for incap/single person etc etc, which he has claimed for years.

He is now serving two years for fraudulently claiming X amount for how ever many years, and she is being deported, as she was an illegal.

So indeed, what comes around goes around.
 
#17
TheIronDuke said:
we didnt make a career of drinking and dossing about aimlessly
Speak for yourself mate, but that is exactly the reason I joined this madness that is the British army :D

Adventurous drinking and dossing about on as many continents as is humanly possible!!

:D :D :D :D :D


Cheers N_W.
 
#18
So it's you bastards who've been hogging all the good luck? You could at least let a chap know which god it was you sacrificed a chicken to to get the result. Son of doley-waster downstairs from us started a fire in the close last week. Can't prove it was him, but he's forever being chased on for sitting sniffing lighter gas right at the very place the fire broke out.

I'm living in the hope that the polis won't be able to crack down on knife crime anytime soon.
 

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