“I called Lee Murray on his cellphone to complain, but he hung up on me,” David Gallant told the court in an affidavit. “The manure was fresh, unseasoned, wet, raw manure. The smell was disgusting.”
But justice fell on the Gallants' side, as the judge awarded them $15,000 in damages. As the Herald explains, the judge “also issued an injunction forbidding the Murrays from entering the Gallants’ property; spreading manure within 300 metres of their property; blowing snow, rocks or manure onto their property; and communicating with the Gallants, except in writing.”
So the moral of the story here is, erecting a manure mountain isn’t the best way to settle a dispute. You'll likely have to pay thousands of dollars to atone for your poopy, poopy, ways.