By guiltyschuldig49 - 28/5/2020 14:00

Noise annoys

Today, and for months, my upstairs neighbor has been stomping on their floors, hard enough to shake our walls. We thought it was their child, but found out it’s the mother. She took up running, and due to the pandemic, she does it in the living room. She's already been told to stop. Repeatedly. I work 12-hour nights. FML
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By  Jaymail  |  17

Unfortunately it’s now time to let the Police know about the situation. I’m sure you’ve tried being nice. There’s already a war going on between you and them. Once they’re fined, or taken to court, the noise should stop. Or it’s time for you to move.

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  MidnaLink  |  32

Top floor? Yes, because CLEARLY all buildings have one free to rent at any time. There's no martial law happening, you can physically walk out of your house to do stuff like that.

By  Jaymail  |  17

Unfortunately it’s now time to let the Police know about the situation. I’m sure you’ve tried being nice. There’s already a war going on between you and them. Once they’re fined, or taken to court, the noise should stop. Or it’s time for you to move.

By  AmbrosiaFan  |  18

Everyone who has lived in an apartment knows that you'll have to deal with noise upstairs if you are not on the top floor. Even before I moved into one I knew this.

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  s_ve  |  7

Every one knows (and I live above some one) that you need to be respectful of everyone and understand that it’s everyone’s home. Stomping around and running around your apartment is a selfish thing to do. Respect one another.

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Some noise is fine, we’ve had four or five other families living in that apartment before them with no issues, but when it’s so bad it causes our walls to creak and shake, it’s a problem.