I'm new here, but looking for a bit of advice.
I have a pair of nutcase neighbours next door, so much so that I don't speak to them or engage with them in any shape or form, nor does the neighbour on the other side of them. There's no point.
For about a year now Mr Nutcase has been launching stones at birds in my back garden, on my roof and at my bird feeders using a catapult. I have a large collection of stones from his garden, as well as cctv footage as proof. (Had to get the cctv due to these neighbours).
There are lots of birds nesting in the hedges, bushes and trees in my and all the surrounding gardens. I also have Jays, Woodpeckers, doves as well as the regular garden birds enjoying the feast and bird baths.
Short of cutting his hands off or wrapping him in duct tape I'm unsure how best to get him to stop.
Is he committing any offence, or is his behaviour deemed acceptable? No doubt his excuse will be he doesn't want pigeons or gulls on his roof or in his garden. With the warmer weather and the current covid situation it's bound to get worse.
Many thanks in anticipation
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As the others have said, definitely a police call.
Keep the CCTV evidence, because if any substantial damage to your property occurs, your insurers would also be interested.
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Kind regards, Ann
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