Mum furious after neighbour does one thing 'so he can spy on her'

A frustrated mother asked for advice after her neighbor cut down her tree to spy on her.

The frustrated user went to Mumsnet to complain about the man who is “incredibly curious” despite the rest of her neighbors being “very kind and supportive” during their divorce.

“For example, when I was sunbathing on my trampoline, he texted me to see if I was okay, having ‘noticed’ that I had slept for a while. He regularly comments on what I’ve been doing when I was in my garden, “she wrote on Mumsnet.

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“On several occasions I have told him directly to stop sniffing around my garden, and also in front of his wife – she berated him too.”

The mother has a tree in her garden, which she cultivates in order to hide the view of the peeping Tom over her private garden. However, when she returned home a few days later during the holidays, she noticed that the tree had been felled to the level of the 6 foot fence next to it.

“I’m amused, but just as angry. My partner will build a canopy over my terrace in the spring that will block his view, but for God’s sake, that pissed me off.”

The mother then asked others for advice on how to deal with the situation, adding that while her neighbors were generally nice and kind people, it was going too far for her.

“He cannot prune a tree in your garden, he can only cut overhanging branches of your tree over the borderline,” commented one. ” If he pruned the top I would tell him to buy me a new – bigger – tree because he deliberately damaged yours !! “

Another added: “You are remarkably generous to him. You can do nice things like feed your cats, but being neighborly and being a peeping Tom are not mutually exclusive.

“You have a right to be upset about your tree. I would complain urgently and also tell them why you feel the need to set it up. It could embarrass him to behave better. “

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