Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

His Neighbor Blocked His Driveway With Blocks So He Taught Him An Important Lesson.

Neighborly Dispute

Neighborly Dispute

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He didn't like confrontations, but he didn't know what else to do. He had lived in peace for several years, and suddenly, another neighbor showed up and disrupted his tranquility. He thought carefully about what he wanted to do because he knew the wrong action could affect the whole neighborhood. Eventually, he came up with something. And what he did shocked everyone, including the neighbor he was feuding with.

An End To Peace

An End To Peace

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Oliver Lynch never imagined he'd be dealing with this. For the past 25 years, he had lived in the same neighborhood in Osceola County, Florida without any issues. Osceola County is part of the Orlando metropolitan area in Central Florida, but it's nowhere near as chaotic as the tourist area of the city. It's mainly a place for retirees to live, like Oliver, who is 79 years old. But occasionally, the sleepy town gets shaken by drama.

You're Blocking The Driveway

You're Blocking The Driveway

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Oliver drove home one day after being out of town. But as soon as he pulled in, he noticed that there was an issue. The wide concrete path that was his driveway and goes straight in and then bends towards the garage, was blocked by a series of cinder blocks. He was still able to drive the car in, but just barely. Once he got in, he decided to find out who was responsible for blocking his driveway.

Block Thy Neighbor

Block Thy Neighbor

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Oliver went outside and tried moving the cinder blocks, but they wouldn't budge. Whoever put them there, had cemented them on the ground. “Who could have done this?” he wondered. Then, the answer came to him. The adjacent property was an empty lot, which had been on the market for a long time. Oliver figured that someone must have used the blocks to create some sort of separation. But why would they use his driveway for that?

What's His Number?

What's His Number?

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Oliver didn't know who owned the property, so he wasn't sure who to talk to at first. Then, construction on the lot continued, and more workers, materials, and machinery appeared, so he saw this as the perfect opportunity. He assumed, one of these workers would know how to contact the landlord. So, he walked on over to the lot and spoke with the workers. Now he had his neighbor's number. But this situation wasn't going to have a smooth resolution like Oliver had hoped for.

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