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A woman decided to take revenge on her neighbour who kept on blocking her driveway.

The 30-year-old would repeatedly ask them to move but to avail - so they decided to take matters into their own hands.

She said that her neighbour, who owns three cars, could not fit them all on his drive so decided to park two of them on the road.

Initially, this was not an issue for her as she does not have a car, but the “entitled neighbour” soon began encroaching on her drive.

Taking to Reddit to share her story, the woman wrote: “I live in a closed street of small houses.

“Each house has a parking spot, plus most people who own more than one car park in parallel in front of their house.

“[My husband and I] didn't own a car because we both worked from home and hate driving, plus public transport here is not so bad.

“We have a neighbour who owns three cars, so obviously he has no space to park them all at his house.


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“He (we can call him entitled neighbour) asked our next door neighbour if he could park outside of her house (she also does not drive) and she said yes, but my entitled neighbour, in order to not block his other car, parks all the way in front of my driveway.”

She said that she wouldn’t have minded if the neighbour simply asked for permission first. However, now every time they have to ask him to move his vehicles, “he gets mad as if were asking for a favour”.

The woman explained that after receiving a promotion at work, they finally decided it was time to purchase a car - which they planted straight away in their park space.

However, once again, the neighbour was blocking her exit.

“I rang his doorbell like crazy (it was 6am) and when he finally came out I asked him to move, and to not park there anymore,” she explained.

“He got defensive and said that my neighbour let him park in front of her house, to which I answered, 'Yes but this is my house, and if you block my entrance again I’m going to remove your car'.

The next day, he once again is parked in the same spot.

“We realise he left the car open so we let the hand break loose and push the car to the middle of the street, in front of his driveway.

“I put a note on his windshield saying, 'Next time it’s a tow truck', put tape over his doorbell so it continues ringing and I left as quickly as I could. He hasn’t said anything but he hasn’t parked there anymore.”

Users on the site lauded her behaviour. One user said: “These are the stories I live for, I dream to be as ballsy as you someday."

Another added: “Big high fives to you!”, whilst a third wrote: “That is awesome! Way to handle the problem. He will think long and hard before blocking your driveway again!”

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