My next door neighbour…

My next door neighbour is the creepiest guy you will ever meet, he’s only in his twentys so most guys that age are! but seriously,  whenever I’m in the garden alone or with my friend Ceirwen, he’s there.. in his bedroom window, hanging out listening, watching and the occasional singing. He will open his windows really wide and peek through his blinds, he randomly walks past my house several times a day, looking in.

Today he took it a step further, we we’re sat in the garden, my friend and I and he came out of his house, locked the door and stood by his garden gate glanced around then went back in about 15 minutes later, he did it again… and again… and again. I got that freaked out, I went inside. I came back out when he had gone in, so he opened his window as far as it would go and started singing “somebody call 911” on the top of his voice whilst peeking through his blinds.

It’s got to the point where I feel scared living next door to him, I can’t even bend over to clean up Obis mess without him perving, it’s even worse when Ceirwen is there as we tend to spend more time in the garden than my house and sure as hell, he is there.

I’m sick of seeing his smug face, his half-naked body and im sick of hearing him randomly sing as he notices we’ve noticed him.

I really don’t know what I can do about it, it makes me want to move house, I can’t even play in the garden with Alfie without worrying he’s there.

You may think I’m over reacting being scared of just a random pervy 20-year-old guy, but I forgot to mention, he was in prison for rape.


One thought on “My next door neighbour…

  1. Freaky. I know where you’re coming from though. I had a creepy neighbor…. He was in his fifties and quite a chubster. One night I caught him watching me through his window… he reached over and flipped off his light while maintaining eye contact. Even though I couldn’t see him after his light went off I could feel him still watching me… *shudders* Take steps to keep yourself safe! Carry your cell phone or a cordless when you go into the garden. Keep your doors and windows locked. It really sucks not feeling safe in your own home.

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