Yishun resident who drove neighbours to build 'wall' makes racket in kitchen

Yishun resident who drove neighbours to build 'wall' makes racket in kitchen
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The elderly woman who harassed her neighbours at Blk 112 Yishun Ring Road appears to have gone back to her old ways, despite being arrested by the police last Saturday (May 27).

Lianhe Wanbao reported that the 63-year-old woman made a racket in the early hours of Tuesday morning (May 30) by hitting her kitchen floor with a hammer.

The din woke her neighbours.

When Wanbao reporters visited her flat the following morning, no one answered the door, but loud noises could be heard from the inside of the unit.

For the past two years, the woman had been splashing various substances on the corridors of residents, including dark sauce, oil, and even urine.

The constant harassment drove one of her neighbours to put up a 'wall' that was topped with cacti and durian husks.

It was later taken down under the orders of the Nee Soon Town Council for being a fire safety hazard.

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