[LISTEN] Neighbours from hell: Callers share their stories

Not everyone sees eye-to-eye with their neighbours.

Some are nosey, some are simply intolerable.

Callers shared their experiences on 702's Breakfast Show.

I live in a complex. She continually sends the kids for an entire cup of coffee. The milk, the sugar, the coffee itself and when she is done drinking the coffee, it is a cup of oil, a potato...

Tebogo, listener

My story goes back to 2016, I have got neighbours that have got prickly pears growing into my garden. I wanted to put up an electric fence and I contacted them and asked if they could please cut their prickly pears down. They refused. The fence went up and for a whole year, we had to trim their leaves.

Sharon, listener

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