Men stand guard outside woman’s house after threats from neighbour

Men stand guard outside woman’s house after threats from neighbour

- A group of men stood up for Jennifer McLeggan after she complained that her neighbours had been harassing her

- On her front door, Jennifer had put up a long list detailing all the types of intimidation she had received from her neighbours

- The single mother and a nurse said that she has had to live in a nightmare since she moved into the neighbourhood three years ago

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After Jennifer McLeggan claimed she was being harassed by her neighbours, a group of men stepped in and gave her overnight security.

According to Lucy Yang, the woman is a nurse and single mother who moved into her Valley Stream home three years ago and has been receiving threats.

“I feel like I’m terrorised. It’s a nightmare living next to him,” she told the media.

Black Enterprise reports that Micheal McEneaney, 82, his 57-year-old son John and his girlfriend have been harassing the woman.

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A collage showing the woman and the black men on power bikes who came to her rescue. Photos sources: Black Enterprise/Twitter/K A Homes

A collage showing the woman and the black men on power bikes who came to her rescue. Photos sources: Black Enterprise/Twitter/K A Homes
Source: UGC

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Some of the intimidation included throwing faeces and dead animals into her garden, spitting over the boundary and shining a torch on her home.

It should be noted that Jennifer was fined for having faeces in her yard until she installed a camera system to capture the culprit, which lead to a $5,000 judgment in her favour.

After a long history of harassment, the single mother had to put out a long message on her front door showing the incidents she had to put up with in the past.

The woman said that she was very much touched by the help, adding that the men who came to help her were going through the pandemic just like everyone else.

A man named Herron was the first person who offered to sit in front of her house until some of his friends became a part of the security team.

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Meanwhile, Popular philanthropist BI Phakathi is well-known to Briefly.co.za readers and his exploits often go viral via social media. Some time ago, Phakathi shared a video that has attracted a staggering 105 million views via Facebook.

The footage reveals how Phakathi stumbled upon two young men who live on the street. As soon as he learnt of their plight, Phakathi graciously offered to buy them some lunch.

The men got much more than what they bargained for as Phakathi returned with a load of groceries. It was truly heartwarming to see the reaction on their faces, as they were left in disbelief by Phakathi's generosity.

The video has had a stunning impact and has been shared more than 600 000 times.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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