Brilliant Guy Holds Surprise Orgy for Annoying Neighbor

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houseI've dealt with an annoying neighbor or two in my day. Know how I handled it? I quietly resented them from inside my apartment until their atrocious habits became so unbearable, I was eventually forced to move out of my sun-drenched abode. The healthy way. So, I'm kind of in awe of the guy who was so fed up with his neighbor, he advertised an orgy at his house on Craigslist. Genius! Terrible!

Forty-four-year-old Philip Conran couldn't take his neighbor's antics anymore. So he advertised, for all the Internet to see, a massive sex party at said neighbor's house. And people showed up! One dude apparently even went to the wrong home, groped a teenage girl, and was arrested. Not cool.

But now Conran's paying for it. He's been sentenced to three years of probation and 200 hours of community service. And he also has been ordered to pay for the neighbor's house alarm system.

Is anyone else dying to know what this neighbor did?

Because that would make deciding whether or not the bogus Craigslist ad was appropriate. Like, if the guy just had some yappy dog or something, totally uncalled for. But, if we're talking about a person who was constantly blasting music at 4 a.m., parked his pickup halfway in Philip's driveway, and generally had a rude disposition, well, I kinda think it's in order. Hell, I kind of think it's brilliant.

I mean, who can't sympathize with a pain-in-the-ass neighbor? We've all had 'em. Hell, I've even got one now. At least once a month she gets off-her-rocker hammered and loses her keys, so she bounces a tennis ball or a stick against the building while screaming, "Elizabeth!" Everybody hates her, though. Including her roommate. So that's enough revenge. My point is, there's not a whole heck of a lot one can do about rude neighbors that will curtail their obnoxious behavior -- save for call the police, but that's only a temporary solution. If you can at least find a way to have fun with the whole mess, more power to you.

Maybe just try to avoid things that will send pervy dudes to teenage girls' houses.

Have you ever dealt with a rude neighbor?

 

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MomoJL MomoJL

Ha!  My neighbors despised us the day we moved in.  They're a reclusive older couple who apparently hate all living things enough that they actually cut down EVERY tree on their property.  They call the cops repeatedly on us for barking dogs, when in fact it's not our dogs barking at all - I've gotten tickets for barking dogs when we've been out of town (dogs with us)!  Other than them, it's a family neighborhood and everyone has dogs and kids being loud and crazy.  They're content to blame it all on us, though.   Best of all is the day after we moved in, how we met - it was 6 am, a dog was barking in the yard across the alley from ours, and he comes a banging on my door and tells me to "shut that f***ing dog up!".  I held out my hand and said "Pleased to meet you!".

bills... billsfan1104

Was it this rude neighbors teenage that was groped??

bills... billsfan1104

Never mind, I pulled the link.

mommix4 mommix4

I'm not sure how this guy is brilliant? His actions caused a teen to be molested. The neighbor he did this to also had little kids that could have been harmed. How you think this guy was brilliant confuses me.

dirti... dirtiekittie

i do not see the "genius" in this AT ALL. and what if you did find out that the neighbor parked in his driveway? would that make a stranger groping a teenage girl acceptable? or the fact that he put this man's children at risk?


i agree that neighbors can be annoying and we all wish we could do something like that, but there are plenty of practical reasons that we should not! so, so dense...

TC00 TC00

This isn't brilliant at all, and I'm glad he was punished.  I understand neighbors can be frustrating heck I live below two men who like to drop things and run around their apartment at all hours of the night but I'd never think of doing something like that to them.  That's just plain wrong

nonmember avatar Parkalot

Are you guys reading the same story I am? Where does it say this guy had little kids? The risk of injury to a child count Philip Conran got was presumably for the teenage girl that was groped. Logically, would anyone really be playing very loud music at 4am with children in the house?

Sad the teenage girl got hurt, but maybe that horrible neighbor will learn that the world doesn't revolve around him and keeping his head in his ass and acting as he likes will piss other people off.

Stacy Cross Thompson

My husband, son and I lived in a college town but moved into a family neighborhood. These 2 college kids moved lived across the street after one of their dads bought the house. They proceeded to have loud parties several times a week and took no notice of the neighbors who tried to have a word with them about it. We started calling the cops on them, and it turned out that we were actually able to press charges against them. We only had to do that 2 or 3 times before they moved out! I wish folks everywhere could press charges against unruly neighbors - it might teach people to be more considerate of others!

elibee elibee

My neighbour's father is my landlord but the son (ie my neighbour) takes it upon himself to be a b*st*rd. We have been verbally abused (he went off on one when I was 8 months pregnant and made me cry), we have been told what we cannot do in the courtyard yet they go ahead and do it, they have had screaming matches with the other tenants and, unfortunately, my hubby, and as soon as I can get a new place to live, I will be the happiest person in town!! But I would NEVER pull a stunt like this guy because I will never lower myself to their level.

MamaR... MamaRae85

It'sinteresting how the teenaged girl that was groped (read: molested) is being treated by not only the author, but at least one commenter as collateral damage. When did it become OK to put someone else in the position of being groped by a stranger just because we're upset with a neighbor. As someone else said, if they were blaring music at 4 AM and parking in their driveway, would that make it OK that he had decided to behave like a child and put that ad up? Those of us who are parents should be embarrassed to tell our children that this is an acceptable way to solve a problem.

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