If you’re feuding with your neighbors, consider dumping a mountain of manure in your backyard, and then act like all is normal. That’s what Lee and Shirley Murray -- a farming couple who live in rural New Brunswick, Canada -- did during a spat with the people next door.
In the midst of a long-standing squabble with their neighbors, the Murrays loaded their yard with a steaming turd pile so big it registered on Google Maps. The manure was moist, which meant that the stench was often “unbearable,” according to a complaint filed in Canadian court by David and Joan Gallant -- the couple who bore the brunt of the Murrays' stinky, stinky wrath.
The judge presiding over the case told the Calgary Herald that the Murrays' mean-streak didn’t end there: The poo-dwelling couple allegedly used a snowblower to send snow and rocks over to the Gallants' property, and also plotted the escape of 50 cows into the Gallant’s yard, which resulted in damage. David Gallant recalls seeing “cow dung all over our property,” after that incident.