I live next door to a bad neighbor – he parks “on” my fence and “harasses” me, what his friends did was much pettier

A three-month feud between two neighbors has been caught on camera, with no end in sight.

The father and YouTuber from Cincinnati, Ohio, posted several clips from the ongoing feud to YouTube, including a fence fiasco, a video duel in the backyard and a confrontation with the dog.

The entire three-month feud started over the poster's garden and fence and has only escalated since it was captured on cell phone cameras and security footage


The entire three-month feud started over the poster’s garden and fence and has only escalated since it was captured on cell phone cameras and security footagePhoto credit: Youtube/DadSled
The YouTuber claims his neighbor has been harassing him, including threats against his person and property


The YouTuber claims his neighbor has been harassing him, including threats against his person and propertyPhoto credit: Youtube/DadSled

In short Video from July the YouTuber (@tm5147) filmed a “bad” neighbor parking his truck in his own driveway and driving it close to the fence that separates the two properties.

“This guy parks a truck on the fence and then denies he did it,” the YouTuber wrote in the video’s caption.

The YouTuber also claimed that the neighbor called the city and asked if the fence had a permit.

In the video you can see the neighbor driving out of the driveway parallel to the poster’s fence, turning around on the street and then driving back into the driveway to stand directly at the fence.

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“I just stuck it in my fence.” says the poster while repositioning the camera in the garden that the fence surrounds.

You then see the “bad” neighbor come outside to look at his parking order, take photos of the fence and yard, and then sit in his car and talk on the phone.

This video is a sequel to the original, which claims the YouTuber’s neighbor’s behavior is “harassment.”

In the first video, a repeated honk can be heard before the poster explains where it supposedly comes from.

“He honked at the side of our house for 20 minutes and finally just stopped,” the narrator says.

In the first videoThe neighbor can also be seen photographing the fence while sitting in his vehicle.

As the YouTuber gets up to leave the garden where he was filming, he expresses that he feels prevented from returning to his home.

“Look, he’s stopping me from going into my house,” he says, as the neighbor is seen recording the YouTuber from the other side of the fence.

“I’m more than three meters away from him, more than six meters. And he laughs,” the man concludes, just as the neighbor goes into his own house.

This feud appears to have started just three months ago and the saga now includes over 15 videos and several YouTube shorts documenting the poster’s struggles.

In another video, the YouTuber filmed his neighbors and their guests on a nighttime dog walk and claimed that the pets were trespassing on his property.

“Can you please keep your dogs out of my yard?” he can be heard asking from behind the camera.

“Shut up,” a woman replies.

He asks this a total of six times over the course of the one-minute video, as the handlers become increasingly irritated by the request and tell him to “shut up.”

“Hey, say what you want, but shut up…it’s not your son of a bitch,” one hiker remarks toward the end of the video.

The hostility between neighbors apparently everything has begun about the poster’s fenced wildflower garden, where some of the flowers ran between the fence slats and into the neighboring yard.

Since then, tensions have risen and spiraled with allegations of harassment and alleged threats to destroy property.

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Other videos claim to document the YouTuber’s neighbor threatening to spray him with a hose, cut off his flowers and use weed killer to damage the garden.

It’s unclear whether the poster is planning or has already taken legal action, although the neighbor has reportedly called the city in the past about the poster’s trash disposal and fence.


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: paulleblanc@dailynationtoday.com.

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