A Norwegian man, Arne Vigeland, hired two workmen to cut his neighbors outbuilding right in half because it crossed over onto his land. Then they dumped the rubble on the neighbor’s vegetable patch.
The owners of the property at Nesoya outside Oslo, Roger and Wenche Waage, were on holiday in Spain when the incident took place in April 2014. They reported the matter to the local police. Vigeland explained that he only reduced the building to a legal size so he did not brak the law. However, he was charged with aggravated vandalism last month.
Vigeland is not new to controversy surrounding his neighbours’ property. He has demolished a stone wall in the very same area because he claimed it was on his property, as well as sawed down trees and bushes.
Norwegian man cut neighbor’s outbuilding into two, written by Tor Kjolberg