These Neighbours Have Been Involved In A SIX-YEAR Prank War
A wise man once said: "Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours, with a little understanding, you can find the perfect blend. Neighbours...should be there for one another, that's when good neighbours become good friends." Alright, it wasn't a wise man, those are just the lyrics to the theme tune from Neighbours.
However, they're still very true. If you've ever had to deal with a neighbour from hell, you'll know how much of a nightmare it can be. The levels of pettiness can know no bounds.These neighbours, though, are involved in a six-year prank war and they actually both seem to be loving it.
John Janowski and his pal Rachel Paterson have gone next-level with their pranks on each other.
The prank-off began when Rachel turned everything in John's kitchen upside down. Harmless enough, but it got John thinking about the perfect way to get his revenge.
Since then his plans have become more elaborate and more impressive, culminating in him planting fake drugs in her handbag and re-arranging the sign on her Honda Jazz to spell 'jizz'.
Rachel didn't notice and spent six weeks driving around with jizz on her car.
Twenty-two-year old Rachel, from West Lothian in Scotland, said: : "I was just absolutely mortified when John told me. I use my car every day to get to work so hundreds of people have probably been laughing at it.
"There has been a few times over the past few weeks where I've been sat at traffic lights and looked in my rear view mirror to see people laughing. I just thought they were laughing at the radio or something else. Now I know that they were actually laughing at me and my car. I can't believe it.
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"I have a tendency to fall asleep a lot so he often covers me in cling film, I've had raw sausages in my shoes, he's also put salt in bags in my handbag to look like drugs."
Explaining the thinking behind his pranking, John, 39, said: "Rachel had left our house after a night in with me, my wife, Stacey, and my brother-in-law.
"We'd had a few drinks and she'd tried to prank me that night but failed, so when she went home I noticed how easy it was to change the letters around so I had a go.
"I put the video online and I thought Rachel would notice but she didn't. Then I thought when she washed her car she would realise what I'd done, but it got to about six weeks later and I thought 'I need to tell her, she can't keep driving around with that on her car'.
"I'd say I'm probably worse for the pranks, purely because of her tendency to fall asleep so often when she's drunk, so I've got an advantage. We usually end up back at my house after a night out for a few more drinks but she's always drifting off.
"The drugs thing was actual a bag of salt, probably about an ounce. I put it in the bag she takes to work and she was carrying it round for days. When she spotted it she genuinely thought someone had planted cocaine or something on her. She took it out and was asking what it was was, fretting. She wasn't very pleased but she chuckles about it now, same with the car prank."
But don't go feeling too sorry for Rachel, she doesn't let John get away scot-free. In her most recent attempt to get her own back, she attempted to glue John's hand to a bouncy ball belonging to his little girl and according to John she is 'definitely scheming' right now. Who can blame her?
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