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By Uhohwemadeamistake - / Friday 29 September 2017 16:00 /
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By  Tripartita  |  44

The nerve of some people! Why would you change the locks without getting a spare for your neighbor?! How else are they going to stand in your bathtub, huh? Didn’t think that through, did you, buddy?

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By  Tripartita  |  44

The nerve of some people! Why would you change the locks without getting a spare for your neighbor?! How else are they going to stand in your bathtub, huh? Didn’t think that through, did you, buddy?

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  Rachael Ferguson  |  9

The OP means that the neighbor’s key to the OP’s new house didn’t work because it was a key fit for the old locks.

By  RichardPencil  |  22

In most places, there are some nice people who will straighten out someone who goes places where they are not supposed to go. I forget their name, but their phone number is easy: 911.

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  Dr0n3  |  21

There is not a chance in hell you'll get the cops to ID someone from footprints because of this. Unless they killed someone nothing will be done. You could have a full color photo of the person and evidence of the break-in and still you'd be hard pressed to even get the neighbor arrested, much less prosecuted. I know from experience of having my place broken into and robbed twice in a week with video of the crime along with other evidence.

By  Lucky O'Guin  |  10

This became an FML the very minute that he broke into your house. The very next three steps were: 1). Call 911. 2). Call a locksmith. 3). Send the locksmith to change the locks on your idiot neighbor's house and bring you the keys.

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