Couple claims footage of neighbors pouring urine and cat poop on their property

This is when a man reportedly poured urine through his neighbors letterbox and smeared cat poop on their car.

Sue and Martin Waters saw the incident through their door-door security camera while on holiday in Cyprus in August.

They claim their neighbor pointed it at them because of an argument they had over a communal parking space in their building complex.

The footage, from the early hours of August 6, appears to show a man walking to their door with a bottle in gloved hands and opening their mailbox, pouring the contents of the bottle into it.

The man in the video returns with a solid object, which the Waters believe to be cat poop, in a tissue, while another male appears to smear it on Sue’s car with a tissue.

Footage shows the mysterious couple spending nearly four hours going back and forth outside the home of Sue, 59, and 61-year-old Martin, seemingly unaware that everything was caught on camera.

The footage, from the early hours of August 6, appears to show a man walking to their door with a bottle in gloved hands and opening their letterbox, pouring the contents of the bottle into it.

Sue and Martin Waters were on holiday in Cyprus in August when they received a call from their doorbell camera alerting them that someone was on their property.

The man in the video returns with a solid object, which the Waters believe to be cat poop, in a tissue while another male appears to smear it on Sue’s car (pictured) with a tissue

But police say the incident is part of an ongoing dispute in which both sides have filed complaints against each other.

A Hampshire Police spokesperson confirmed that the couple reported the incident to them, but it would not be investigated.

“It is an ongoing neighbor dispute between two parties in Andover,” the spokesperson said.

“Both sides have made allegations against each other about their behavior and the police have spoken to all concerned with suggestions for a solution to the matter.

“Police viewed CCTV footage showing a tissue being wiped off a car and a liquid being poured around the front door of a property.”

The spokesperson said the car and property have been inspected and it has been determined that there is “no damage or evidence that the conduct meets the standard for criminal prosecution”.

Police say the incident is part of an ongoing dispute in which both sides have filed complaints against each other

Fearing the liquid could be gasoline, the couple sent their daughter and son-in-law to check the premises, who said they got the stench of urine.

No further criminal action will be taken in response to this incident. Neighborhood disputes can be very complex and the police will take further action if a criminal offense is established.’

The spokesperson also noted that most neighbor disputes are ‘often civil matters’ and therefore mediation should always be the first stage.

But Mr and Mrs Waters feel more should have been done to investigate their allegations.

The couple are in a dispute with their neighbor over claiming that he has claimed a communal parking space in their building as his own.

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They claim that in the past he has knocked on their door to ask their visitors to move their cars and asked other neighbors who was parked in ‘his’ spot.

“He said ”they told me it was my place” and we said ”no, it’s for visitors, anyone can park there, we have the plans”.

“I had no problem with him parking in that spot, just having a problem with him knocking on our door and asking us to get out of a visitor’s room.”

Mr and Mrs Waters believe that more should have been done to investigate their allegations

The couple claims they had to throw away their rug (pictured) because of the stench of urine

Sue claims “she doesn’t care” if he parks on the spot and said there is no parking dispute on her side.

‘We never asked the neighbors ‘whose car is that?’ – he could park there for six years and we don’t care, just don’t come knocking and ask us to move our car.’

The couple claim they had to throw away their hallway rug because of the stench of urine, even after their daughter cleaned it with a steamer.

They say police visited their property and viewed the doorbell footage, but emailed weeks later to say they would not pursue the matter further, as the neighbors’ actions were not ‘criminal’ .

Sue said, “Police say it’s not a criminal act… Basically, someone could be on your property, put poop on your car for hours, and pour urine through your door for hours and that’s not a criminal act.

“But if my husband peed in the street, they would consider it a criminal offence.

“The police officer said if he had done damage to my car worth £500 they might have done something, but they didn’t care what he did to my property.

She said seeing the incident as it happened live through her doorbell camera was “spoiled vacation days” and left her feeling “physically ill.”

Police said the car and property were inspected and it was determined that there was ‘no damage or evidence that the conduct met the standard for criminal prosecution’

‘How much more evidence do you need? It’s absolutely ridiculous. If you’ve got a doorbell and the camera, the evidence isn’t worth crouching down.”

Fearing the liquid could be gasoline, the couple sent their daughter and son-in-law to check the premises, who said they had the stench of urine.

The mother, who works with children with special needs, says she now feels ‘on edge’ in her own home, especially after Hampshire police have dropped the case.

Sue, from Andover, Hampshire, said: ‘Before we went on holiday I had just got a new car and I said to my husband ‘I don’t trust him, I want cameras’.

She said she saw the incident happening live through her doorbell camera as “spoiled vacation days” and left her feeling “physically ill.”

“Our daughter and son-in-law cleaned it up for us and they were steaming the floor, but I had to throw my rug away because it smelled like urine. We were so upset… I feel quite intimidated by all this.”

Sue and Martin believe that the urine poured through their letterbox was human because it was in a water bottle, while the feces appeared to be from a cat.

The stunned couple say neither they nor the neighbor have a cat, but there is often a local cat’s poo on the grass verges around their property.

Jacky

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