Caroline Cartwright, 48, from Washington, Wearside, earlier pled guilty to three counts of breaching the ASBO.
Neighbours, a postman – even a woman who walks past Ms. Cartwright’s house to take her child to school – all complained about her blusterous bonking with husband Steve.
Next door neighbour Rachel O’Connor explained: “The noise sounds like they are both in considerable pain. I cannot describe the noise. I have never ever heard anything like it.”
As discussed previously on this blog, anti-social behaviour encompasses virtually any intimidating or damaging behaviour that scares you or damages your quality of life – including neighbours having noisy sex.
Passing sentence at Newcastle Crown Court, Judge Beatrice Bolton said: “I’ve heard a very short extract of the noise you make and can well see that your neighbours would be upset and distressed by this.
“The difficulty here is that the first occurrence was the day following the order. Then three days later you breached it again.
“In addition it’s quite clear from the small extract I heard that you made no attempt to silence yourself.”
She warned any more noisy nooky would result in prison time.
Quite why Ms. Cartwright refuses to invest in sound-proofing her home remains a mystery…
** Information & Advice About Anti-Social Neighbours **
In all seriousness, you may need to contact your local authority and police about an anti-social neighbour. In addition, it may be wise to consult a solicitor to get help, particularly in extreme cases.
You can be matched with a solicitor in your area for free via solicitor matching services, which can also help you to understand the best course of action and whether you are ready to hire a solicitor.
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