Neighbor Blasts 'When a Man Loves a Woman' at Lesbian Couple Because He Hated Their Rooster


It really doesn’t matter who’s side you’re on in this story. Funny is funny.

Former U.S. Marine and multi-millionaire attorney Neil Dymott was fed up after a neighboring lesbian couple’s rooster wouldn’t shut up outside his home in the village of Marchwood in England.

The whole deal ended up in court, where couple Helen Richardson and Paula Holland allege that Dymott began “harrasing” them about their bird. And it led to some of the funniest legal testimony ever.

Richardson told the court:

On one occasion he shouted across the road that I was a ‘f*****g lezza’ and proceeded to play ‘When a Man Loves a Woman’ on repeat for an hour. I could hear it clearly – the music, the words – from inside the house. But mostly it was Radio 2 and Queen music.

While it may seem that Dymott was a little bigoted in his actions, to play “When a Man Loves a Woman” in that situation is pure comedy gold. You simply can’t write this stuff.

According to Fox News:

Richardson said the rooster crowed four or five times during the day, with about 10 to 20 crows at a time, lasting no more than two minutes.

Dymott allegedly took photos of the hens while he was in the couple’s backyard near their shed, but he denies any allegations of harassment.

This is the equivalent of playing Katy Perry’s “I Kissed A Girl” to a bunch of monks. Dymott might be guilty of harassment, but the hilarity of his musical choice is priceless.

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