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Lots of us have been unfortunate enough to have truly awful neighbours but thanks to Channel 5, people across the country will now have a way to air their grievances.
Channel 5 is bringing back their show The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door and producers are looking for people to spill all the details about their inconsiderate neighbours.
Each episode of The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door focuses on four people or groups of people who live in close proximity from across the UK who open up about their neighbourly disputes which may range from disputes about fences to fistfights.
One shocking case involved the murder of 81-year-old Marie Rankin in her home at the hands of her seemingly caring woman next door Karen Walsh.
Throughout the course of the episode, viewers will be able to go behind closed doors to try and find the root to why such disputes have developed.
Avalon Factual, the production company that will make the new series, have released a nationwide casting call for disgruntled people next door.
You can find more information on how to take part here.
There will likely be lots of interest from people across the country, particularly in London. A survey conducted last year found that in the UK, London is where the people living next door to you are most likely to be a pain.
Those living in the capital have been voted as least considerate to their fellow citizens in a nationwide study, giving them a rather awful score of 4.1 out of 10.
Manchester came in second place at 7.9 out of 10, followed by Gloucester (7.7), Exeter (7.5), Worcester (7.4), Newcastle (7.2), Truro (7.1), Norwich (7), Birmingham (6.8) and Leeds (6.7).
Producers might want to look anywhere other than Cardiff when on the search for people for the show because residents in the Welsh city think they have the nicest people living next to them, rating them 8.1 out of 10.
Cardiff residents were praised for keeping an eye on other people's homes while their neighbours were on their holiday and helping out with small chores like watering plants.
If only we lived in a world filled with lovely neighbours...
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