A ruthless neighbor claims he can’t rest in his garden after installing a doorbell camera on the front door.
Mark Fairman, 55, hasn’t used his outdoor space in over a year because his neighbor’s color camera, the Fox Bar, makes movies directly in his yard at Paisley.
Mark – who has allocated outdoor space in the flat block blocks of flour – is urging his local council to remove the device, claiming it has been “no privacy” since it was installed in March 2020. Is.
Mark said. Express: “I feel like I’m being watched constantly and there’s no privacy in my own garden.
“I have not been able to sit in my garden since the lockdown began in March last year.
“I don’t feel comfortable with the camera there.”
The property is divided into four flats, each with private entrances.
The neighbor’s front door is just two feet from Mark’s garden, meaning the small grassy spot is looking at the doorbell camera.
Ring-door bells have become an increasingly popular home security device, allowing the user to answer the doorbell via a camera and intercom-connected app.
Renfrewshire Council said the tenant needs permission before installing equipment on their council property.
A spokesman added: “The local housing officer has been advising Mr Fairman as we try to resolve the issue.
“Any tenant or resident using filmmaking equipment on his or her property must act responsibly to respect the privacy of others.”