Mount Sophia Condo Tenant Repeatedly Splashes Neighbour’s Door With Water
Since June, a woman tenant staying in a condo in Mount Sophia has been splashing water at a neighbour’s door.
This behaviour has continued even after numerous complaints, written warnings, police reports, and even a court order.
Though the woman is a tenant, the landlord has hesitated to do more than issue warnings thus far.
Left with no other recourse, the neighbour shares his story which spans across a six-month timeline.
Woman started harassing neighbours at Mount Sophia condo after moving in
According to the 73-year-old Mr Zhang, who manages a business in Singapore and overseas, the 55-year-old tenant moved into the unit directly opposite his condo flat at the end of May.
At the time, Mr Zhang and his wife, who’d lived in Singapore for over 16 years, were overseas.
They were thus surprised to meet their new neighbour, who almost immediately made her presence known by splashing water on their door the moment they returned to Singapore on 8 Jun 2023.
Mr Zhang isn’t sure why she began to splash water, but both condo management and other neighbours had reported acts of harassment from the woman since she moved into the unit.
It also appeared that the woman had waited until Mr Zhang returned from overseas to splash the water at their doorstep.
When Mr Zhang called the police, they advised him to file a court order if the harassment persisted.
The 73-year-old also took further steps to capture the woman’s behaviour.
“The condo management advised us to install a CCTV outside our door so that we’ll have evidence of the act,” Mr Zhang told MS News.
Mount Sophia condo tenant caught splashing water on CCTV
Despite the presence of CCTVs, the woman continued to splash water outside their flat nearly every day.