Snakes, Overflowing Waste and Disgusting Smells: Hoarder & # 39; s backyard sparks feud in the neighborhood – but he says they make up
- Sydney man in a neighborhood feud after collecting piles of trash in his yard
- Emmanuel from southern Sydney has been ordered by the court to remove the waste
- Neighbors are concerned about the odor, snakes and the risk of fire
- Georges River Council takes Emmanuel to court for the fourth time this year
A man started a feud in the neighborhood after collecting piles of trash on his lawn that other residents say it smells and has snakes.
Suburban residents in southern Sydney say that their neighbor Emmanuel has received repeated fines, but after he temporarily cleans up the garbage, it always returns.
& # 39; He has been asked to clean up, he has been fined, and now he has returned with an absolute and total revenge & # 39 ;, a neighbor told An ongoing case.
A New South Wales man started a neighborhood feud after collecting piles of garbage on his lawn that other residents say it smells and has snakes
The street is concerned about the small risks of fire – a neighbor with young children has even seen snakes coming from the garden of Emmanual.
Neighbors also said that the noise from waste that was delivered and moved was constant.
In an interview with the program, Emmauel said his neighbors were exaggerating the problem and he also claimed that he was removing the garbage.
& # 39; There is no odor, you make up stories. And I move it. What part of moving them do you not understand? & # 39; he said.
Georges River Council has told the program that they have brought Emmanuel to court three times to clean up his garden and are currently working on a fourth lawsuit.
Some neighbors even claim that Emmanuel runs a business by selling some of the items he has collected in the huge garbage stack at markets.
A friend of Emmanuel said that collecting waste was an addiction and that he understood the frustration of his neighbors.
& # 39; I understand how they feel, it's not fun to look at, and the property values, as well as health risks & # 39; s, & # 39; she said.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Georges River Council for comments.
In an interview with the program, Emmauel said his neighbors were exaggerating the problem
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