September 4, 2019
You got a license for that sausage?
A “devastated” Australian vegan has taken her neighbors to court alleging they deliberately waft barbecue smoke rich in meat and fish smells across their shared boundary fence and into her property.
She also cited the smell of cigarettes and the sound of children playing with basketballs as adding to her profound discomfort.
The woman from Perth, Western Australia, said the amenity of her backyard has been destroyed because her meat eating neighbors on either side deliberately allow their cookout smells to waft into her yard.
“They’ve put it there so I smell fish, all I can smell is fish … I can’t go out there,” complainant Cilla Carden told local outlet Nine News.
Imagine being devastated by the smell of food…
Vegans are perfectly normal people, aren’t they?
I’m gonna assume she’s unmarried and childless
And how exactly are they supposed to prevent the smells from coming into her backyard?
Is she not aware of… You know, wind and stuff?
After her claims were rejected by a tribunal on lack of evidence, she applied to the Supreme Court of Western Australia for right of appeal. It was also turned down in July.
Lawyer John Hammond said going to a higher court was an “extreme option” — but it hadn’t stopped Carden from seeking further legal relief and redress.
She told Nine News she believed her neighbors were “absolutely deliberate” in allowing their smells to cross into her yard. She highlighted the smell of cigarettes and the sound of children playing with basketballs as adding to her distress.
“It’s been devastating, it’s been turmoil, it’s been unrest, I haven’t been able to sleep,” Carden said.
I’d strongly suggest killing yourself, since it’s unlikely anything will ever get better for you.
Not to mention how much happier everyone around you would become.
Of course, this isn’t the first time a vegetarian has called the cops on someone for cooking.
This video is from 2015, in Florida.
There’s so many imbecilic things about these people, that it no longer matters.
The best argument against veganism is a 5 minute video compilation of the average vegan.
This is around 20 minutes, but you get the idea