Police hunt person who hurled 'killer' fridge from tower block

Daily Echo: The remains of the fridge hurled from Redbridge Towers. The remains of the fridge hurled from Redbridge Towers.

IT was sheer luck that nobody was killed.

That’s the view of residents living in a Southampton tower block after a large fridge was hurled from the window of one of the flats in Redbridge Towers.

“Mindless idiots” are thought to have pushed the fridge off a balcony and sent it crashing down on to the pavement in the car park below in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Miraculously nobody was injured and the large appliance narrowly missed a van as parts of it shattered into pieces on impact.

It is understood to be the second incident of its kind in the past week, with residents reporting how a toaster was thrown from one of the flats just days ago and smashed the windscreen of a car parked below.

Police were alerted to Sunday morning’s incident which they say happened at 12.40am and spent yesterday leafleting all homes inside the 187ft, 20-storey block as they launched a hunt to find those responsible.

One angry resident who did not want to be named, told the Daily Echo: “How nobody was killed is a miracle. If someone had been stood in the car park when that came flying out of a window way up above, they wouldn’t have stood a chance. I hope the police find them and lock them up.”

Another resident said: “Last week some lady had to replace her windscreen because of a flying toaster. This week someone pushed a fridge off the balcony. The council is doing nothing. “Wardens or someone responsible for council flats should have a walk around to check who’s missing a fridge and then they would know who is putting lives at risk. I wonder how long we need to wait – until someone dies? Maybe then the city council will install video cameras.”

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Last night officers said they believed people living inside the block knew who was responsible and urged them to do the right thing.

Sergeant Tim Adams from Shirley police safer neighbourhood team, said: “Even just a toaster landing on your head having been thrown from such a height could kill you, let alone a big fridge.

“The area around Redbridge Towers is a very busy place and there are people walking about all the time. It is quite fortunate that nobody was seriously hurt.

“Somebody will know where that fridge came from and hopefully they will do the right thing and pick up the phone or come forward.”

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10:42am Mon 9 Dec 13

Big Mac says...

There will be people who know exactly who did this and if they don't speak up then it will reflect on the whole tower block community.
Was it full of that 'orrible 50 for a fiver crap from Iceland?
There will be people who know exactly who did this and if they don't speak up then it will reflect on the whole tower block community. Was it full of that 'orrible 50 for a fiver crap from Iceland? Big Mac

10:47am Mon 9 Dec 13

Big Mac says...

And that headline... 'Killer' fridge, oh dear!
A menacing shape appeared from nowhere and all I can remember is that cold stare as it drew an ice tray and pointed it at me!
And that headline... 'Killer' fridge, oh dear! A menacing shape appeared from nowhere and all I can remember is that cold stare as it drew an ice tray and pointed it at me! Big Mac

11:07am Mon 9 Dec 13

Mary80 says...

People that live in tower blocks aren't exactly helping their image by pulling dumb stunts like this
People that live in tower blocks aren't exactly helping their image by pulling dumb stunts like this Mary80

11:48am Mon 9 Dec 13

Dave of Dibden says...

That takes fly tipping to a whole new level
That takes fly tipping to a whole new level Dave of Dibden

12:19pm Mon 9 Dec 13

THEKILLER says...

You don't expect them to have the time to take it down in the lift do you to busy watching Jeremy Kyle
You don't expect them to have the time to take it down in the lift do you to busy watching Jeremy Kyle THEKILLER

12:38pm Mon 9 Dec 13

j.smiffy says...

I meant kick her out !!!!!
I meant kick her out !!!!! j.smiffy

1:16pm Mon 9 Dec 13

J.P.M... says...

cant be that difficult to track down. find them - boot the scum out and hope they have a happy but a little cold Xmas.
cant be that difficult to track down. find them - boot the scum out and hope they have a happy but a little cold Xmas. J.P.M...

2:30pm Mon 9 Dec 13

mackers1985 says...

Must have finger prints on the fridge??
Must have finger prints on the fridge?? mackers1985

3:20pm Mon 9 Dec 13

loosehead says...

Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP! loosehead

3:21pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Mary80 says...

Why on earth would ANYONE throw things out the window knowing they could injure or kill whoever is in the way?
Why on earth would ANYONE throw things out the window knowing they could injure or kill whoever is in the way? Mary80

3:33pm Mon 9 Dec 13

geoff51 says...

Makes a change from sh1tty nappies that are usually found at the bottom of most tower blocks!
Makes a change from sh1tty nappies that are usually found at the bottom of most tower blocks! geoff51

4:01pm Mon 9 Dec 13

nickguy1@hotmail.co.uk says...

That's not rock n roll.
That's not rock n roll. nickguy1@hotmail.co.uk

4:21pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Inform Al says...

loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
Probably already 'grassed up', and wondering where her fridge has gone.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]Probably already 'grassed up', and wondering where her fridge has gone. Inform Al

4:35pm Mon 9 Dec 13

ToastyTea says...

Just a bit of fun init, we've all done crazy things after a few cans of special brew.
Just a bit of fun init, we've all done crazy things after a few cans of special brew. ToastyTea

5:58pm Mon 9 Dec 13

bigal007 says...

who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about
who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about bigal007

6:05pm Mon 9 Dec 13

03alpe01 says...

The things people do to get in the Daily Echo...
The things people do to get in the Daily Echo... 03alpe01

6:13pm Mon 9 Dec 13

bigfella777 says...

bigal007 wrote:
who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about
That's absolute rubbish
[quote][p][bold]bigal007[/bold] wrote: who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about[/p][/quote]That's absolute rubbish bigfella777

6:20pm Mon 9 Dec 13

bigal007 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
bigal007 wrote:
who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about
That's absolute rubbish
may i ask why
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigal007[/bold] wrote: who not going to iceland this week ......... but it is true the council are a wast of space housing officers sit behind desks when they should be out and about[/p][/quote]That's absolute rubbish[/p][/quote]may i ask why bigal007

6:43pm Mon 9 Dec 13

j.smiffy says...

I understand that the police are at the flat right now ;)
I understand that the police are at the flat right now ;) j.smiffy

6:52pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Reality-man says...

j.smiffy wrote:
I understand that the police are at the flat right now ;)
Hope they don't want milk in their tea.
[quote][p][bold]j.smiffy[/bold] wrote: I understand that the police are at the flat right now ;)[/p][/quote]Hope they don't want milk in their tea. Reality-man

7:14pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Hdg end mo says...

Typical tower block scum
Typical tower block scum Hdg end mo

7:18pm Mon 9 Dec 13

nickguy1@hotmail.co.uk says...

I accidentally left the fridge door open and all the food went off.
My wife was furious. "What am I supposed to do with all this food?"
I said. "Look, love, don't make a meal out of it."
I accidentally left the fridge door open and all the food went off. My wife was furious. "What am I supposed to do with all this food?" I said. "Look, love, don't make a meal out of it." nickguy1@hotmail.co.uk

8:06pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Bowmore says...

Anyone doing something like this which could easily have resulted in death or serious injury should be prosecuted and receive a sentenced, if found guilty, every bit as sever as it would be if someone had been killed. It's only chance that no one happened to be below at the time.
Anyone doing something like this which could easily have resulted in death or serious injury should be prosecuted and receive a sentenced, if found guilty, every bit as sever as it would be if someone had been killed. It's only chance that no one happened to be below at the time. Bowmore

8:55pm Mon 9 Dec 13

Pinguboy says...

Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long? Pinguboy

9:09pm Mon 9 Dec 13

j.smiffy says...

All this carrying on every weekend I do wonder where her little boy is when the yobs from Millbrook are visiting her and wrecking her home. Disgusting behaviour from all that are involved.
All this carrying on every weekend I do wonder where her little boy is when the yobs from Millbrook are visiting her and wrecking her home. Disgusting behaviour from all that are involved. j.smiffy

9:13pm Mon 9 Dec 13

loosehead says...

Pinguboy wrote:
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility.
After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going?
A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken.
This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council.
Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?
[quote][p][bold]Pinguboy[/bold] wrote: Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?[/p][/quote]As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility. After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going? A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken. This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council. Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to? loosehead

9:30pm Mon 9 Dec 13

southamptonadi says...

Pinguboy wrote:
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
It needs to be witnessed by council employees, after that then yes they can do things,but I think its hard to evict someone on a secure tennency.

I presume you are near them or know someone, call the council out of hours service to listen to noise complaints get them issued with court orders and asbos, the lot, surprised the police turned up for noise complaint, thats unlike them.
[quote][p][bold]Pinguboy[/bold] wrote: Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?[/p][/quote]It needs to be witnessed by council employees, after that then yes they can do things,but I think its hard to evict someone on a secure tennency. I presume you are near them or know someone, call the council out of hours service to listen to noise complaints get them issued with court orders and asbos, the lot, surprised the police turned up for noise complaint, thats unlike them. southamptonadi

10:57pm Mon 9 Dec 13

southamptonadi says...

loosehead wrote:
Pinguboy wrote:
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility.
After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going?
A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken.
This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council.
Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?
Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all.

Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pinguboy[/bold] wrote: Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?[/p][/quote]As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility. After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going? A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken. This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council. Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?[/p][/quote]Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all. Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point. southamptonadi

4:12am Tue 10 Dec 13

skeptik says...

Some interesting possibilties for local schools maths teaching - as someone who trained in aviation we could select - Parasite drag, (resistance) the Frontal Area rule also a parasite drag formula and of course Velocity - kinetic energy on impact ? Or we could say 'what the heck was that?'
Some interesting possibilties for local schools maths teaching - as someone who trained in aviation we could select - Parasite drag, (resistance) the Frontal Area rule also a parasite drag formula and of course Velocity - kinetic energy on impact ? Or we could say 'what the heck was that?' skeptik

5:45am Tue 10 Dec 13

bigal007 says...

southamptonadi wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Pinguboy wrote:
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility.
After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going?
A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken.
This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council.
Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?
Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all.

Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point.
they dont give out equipment in tower blocks as the music can be 3 or 5 up from you and not the person you think it is some one got to come out and see it for them self but if there is drunk people in the hallway they will not come out for there safety
[quote][p][bold]southamptonadi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pinguboy[/bold] wrote: Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?[/p][/quote]As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility. After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going? A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken. This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council. Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?[/p][/quote]Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all. Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point.[/p][/quote]they dont give out equipment in tower blocks as the music can be 3 or 5 up from you and not the person you think it is some one got to come out and see it for them self but if there is drunk people in the hallway they will not come out for there safety bigal007

6:51am Tue 10 Dec 13

stay local says...

loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade. stay local

8:03am Tue 10 Dec 13

loosehead says...

stay local wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there .
they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's.
Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat.
Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years?
[quote][p][bold]stay local[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.[/p][/quote]personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there . they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's. Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat. Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years? loosehead

9:53am Tue 10 Dec 13

bigal007 says...

loosehead wrote:
stay local wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there .
they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's.
Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat.
Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years?
the ta centre is still used
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stay local[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.[/p][/quote]personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there . they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's. Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat. Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years?[/p][/quote]the ta centre is still used bigal007

11:18am Tue 10 Dec 13

southy says...

loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
Your getting your Tower blocks mix up, the one your thinking about is Sterminster House on top of Redbridge Hill, Redbridge Towers is the one next to the M271 and Redbridge school
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]Your getting your Tower blocks mix up, the one your thinking about is Sterminster House on top of Redbridge Hill, Redbridge Towers is the one next to the M271 and Redbridge school southy

12:32pm Tue 10 Dec 13

loosehead says...

bigal007 wrote:
loosehead wrote:
stay local wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there .
they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's.
Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat.
Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years?
the ta centre is still used
there are empty barracks around the back which are hardly ever used but this was just an idea but any building where there's running water & toiletry facilities or these could be added would do
[quote][p][bold]bigal007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stay local[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.[/p][/quote]personally I would look to see if there was an empty Army Barracks (maybe Blighmont) chuck in a load of ex Army beds & put them all in there . they would all have a roof over their heads & a bed to sleep on with toiletry's. Then only when they've proven they can see the errors of their ways would I look at giving them a flat. Didn't the Government change the rules on tenancy to only two years?[/p][/quote]the ta centre is still used[/p][/quote]there are empty barracks around the back which are hardly ever used but this was just an idea but any building where there's running water & toiletry facilities or these could be added would do loosehead

12:33pm Tue 10 Dec 13

LadySam says...

stay local wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
Why not put people like this on a remote uninhabited island all together so they can make each other's lives a misery, trash their environment and possessions and breed indiscriminantly but the rest of us wouldn't have to put up with them. I think there are a fair few totally abandoned islands off Scotland that would be suitable.
[quote][p][bold]stay local[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.[/p][/quote]Why not put people like this on a remote uninhabited island all together so they can make each other's lives a misery, trash their environment and possessions and breed indiscriminantly but the rest of us wouldn't have to put up with them. I think there are a fair few totally abandoned islands off Scotland that would be suitable. LadySam

12:34pm Tue 10 Dec 13

loosehead says...

southy wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
Your getting your Tower blocks mix up, the one your thinking about is Sterminster House on top of Redbridge Hill, Redbridge Towers is the one next to the M271 and Redbridge school
I usually get those two mixed up thank you?
Southy this woman is having her stuff chucked away by her guests why didn't she try to stop them? why did she have them back after the first instance? why doesn't she shop them?
then who's going to pay to replace these items?
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]Your getting your Tower blocks mix up, the one your thinking about is Sterminster House on top of Redbridge Hill, Redbridge Towers is the one next to the M271 and Redbridge school[/p][/quote]I usually get those two mixed up thank you? Southy this woman is having her stuff chucked away by her guests why didn't she try to stop them? why did she have them back after the first instance? why doesn't she shop them? then who's going to pay to replace these items? loosehead

12:35pm Tue 10 Dec 13

southamptonadi says...

stay local wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up?
Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects?
ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP!
I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.
Ive allways wondered what would happen, Maybe evict them and refuse to rehome them, make them find accomodation in the private sector.
[quote][p][bold]stay local[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: Well why is it some posters on here giving the name of the person? surely they should be phoning the police or walking across to the Fire station & reporting it to the Police as isn't that now where the Police are based? nearly directly opposite these flats or am I getting the Tower blocks mixed up? Surely if she or her guests are doing this then she should have no qualms about being evicted as she doesn't give a **** for the residents or even the people who could be killed by these objects? ANYWAY J.SMIFFY GRASS HER UP![/p][/quote]I am not sure kicking them out of the block is the best plan as they would still have to be rehoused, why should they get alternative accommodation away for a tower block (a nice maisonette, flat or house) as a reward for their anti social behaviour. Why not set up a tower block flat with no windows that open, circuits that cut the power to the stereo if there is too much noise or perhaps automatic sprinklers? Why reward their poor behaviour when they are many more families deserving an accommodation upgrade.[/p][/quote]Ive allways wondered what would happen, Maybe evict them and refuse to rehome them, make them find accomodation in the private sector. southamptonadi

12:36pm Tue 10 Dec 13

southamptonadi says...

bigal007 wrote:
southamptonadi wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Pinguboy wrote:
Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here.

In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action.

There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties.

Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?
As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility.
After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going?
A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken.
This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council.
Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?
Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all.

Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point.
they dont give out equipment in tower blocks as the music can be 3 or 5 up from you and not the person you think it is some one got to come out and see it for them self but if there is drunk people in the hallway they will not come out for there safety
Your right, whoops
[quote][p][bold]bigal007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southamptonadi[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pinguboy[/bold] wrote: Let's introduce a little bit of what is factual and what isn't here. In the last two years, there have been 49 (est) police complaints about the residents of where this Fridge Freezer had been thrown. Last week, Police were called to the property at 2:10am, the police turned up at 3:55am and told them to wrap up the noise. At 4:05 a stereo was thrown from the balcony of the flat, along with several empty bottles of vodka and several bottles of nail varnish, this landed on a car and smashed the car windscreen and covered the car with varnish. Police were informed, and when the 'resident' involved to refuse to give the names of the people who done this, the police took no further action. There have been more complaints to the council about this 'tenant', and they have so far refused to do anything about it. The wardens of the block are NOT at fault, they do have the powers that some people think they have, and have a hard enough job as it is doing their daily duties. Can someone tell me if there is anything within a council tenancy agreement, that allows such behaviour to continue for so long?[/p][/quote]As far as I know under the terms of the tenancy you can be evicted as what ever happens in the property is your responsibility. After watching a TV program I contacted the council & found out they have a department as do all councils to deal with Noise I can't remember if it's the environment officer or the Noise abatement officer but there are the officers the council have just said are losing their jobs & are council wardens still going? A tenant continuously being reported to the Police you can contact the council keep a record & even record the noise they will get a letter telling them to quit it & if they don't action will be taken. This I know as I swore when England lost to Ireland in my house & my neighbour went to the council. Why not contact the local Labour councillor & see who it is you need to talk to?[/p][/quote]Its the enviromental health department and as far as im aware they are not losing their jobs, and I know most of them. The EHO's do the noisey neighbours, they can provide recording equipment to get evidence. I thought it was city patrol getting cut which is a shame as they could of sat outside and videoed it all. Your right if you phone them they will send a letter but thats all they can do at that point.[/p][/quote]they dont give out equipment in tower blocks as the music can be 3 or 5 up from you and not the person you think it is some one got to come out and see it for them self but if there is drunk people in the hallway they will not come out for there safety[/p][/quote]Your right, whoops southamptonadi

7:18pm Tue 10 Dec 13

georgetheseventh says...

Big Mac wrote:
And that headline... 'Killer' fridge, oh dear!
A menacing shape appeared from nowhere and all I can remember is that cold stare as it drew an ice tray and pointed it at me!
I would say quote...I don't believe it' but that would be an understatement', but I DON'T believe it, and that just about sums up my thoughts on the matter.
I wouldn't have believed it if I had not read it myself. And seeing as its in the Echo maybe I shouldn't believe it. But believe me that was a dangerous stunt.
Does anyone know if the freezer was empty ?? Its facts like that that make the story more believable believe me.
[quote][p][bold]Big Mac[/bold] wrote: And that headline... 'Killer' fridge, oh dear! A menacing shape appeared from nowhere and all I can remember is that cold stare as it drew an ice tray and pointed it at me![/p][/quote]I would say quote...I don't believe it' but that would be an understatement', but I DON'T believe it, and that just about sums up my thoughts on the matter. I wouldn't have believed it if I had not read it myself. And seeing as its in the Echo maybe I shouldn't believe it. But believe me that was a dangerous stunt. Does anyone know if the freezer was empty ?? Its facts like that that make the story more believable believe me. georgetheseventh

8:54pm Sun 15 Dec 13

mediab******t says...

A bit of a down grade for Miss Makin........body in a bin to this but this is the bit I love "KILLER" fridge!! Really, One night I woke to my larder howling abuse at me after it had consumed the entire bottle of lambrini!! (Its Millbrook) I feared for my life as my beloved hotpoint started to attack me. All I could do in my own defense was to push the unexpected white good from above before it staged the next biggest joint enterprise. Curiosity if the fridge had killed someone and the fridge being the main perpetrator, would they all be facing life under joint enterprise law!!! Lol probably Media and the justice system what a load of b****cks
A bit of a down grade for Miss Makin........body in a bin to this but this is the bit I love "KILLER" fridge!! Really, One night I woke to my larder howling abuse at me after it had consumed the entire bottle of lambrini!! (Its Millbrook) I feared for my life as my beloved hotpoint started to attack me. All I could do in my own defense was to push the unexpected white good from above before it staged the next biggest joint enterprise. Curiosity if the fridge had killed someone and the fridge being the main perpetrator, would they all be facing life under joint enterprise law!!! Lol probably Media and the justice system what a load of b****cks mediab******t

9:32pm Sun 15 Dec 13

mediab******t says...

The babys daddy done one and is playing Daddy day care to another dingles baby. Bertie likes left overs should of chucked the fridge her way lol! So whilst the local youths are downing frosty and sniffing 10% proof cocaine and mums being di**ed by one of the "youngers"! Whilst their parents are at the olders youth club The Saints!! unable to answer the tag box right now! Lets address whats up with the local community?
The babys daddy done one and is playing Daddy day care to another dingles baby. Bertie likes left overs should of chucked the fridge her way lol! So whilst the local youths are downing frosty and sniffing 10% proof cocaine and mums being di**ed by one of the "youngers"! Whilst their parents are at the olders youth club The Saints!! unable to answer the tag box right now! Lets address whats up with the local community? mediab******t

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