From the NY Daily News:
If good fences make good neighbors, these folk should have opted for barbed wire.
Two Pennsylvania realtors have been cited for disorderly conduct and harassment after reportedly scattering dead mice and snakes onto their neighbor’s front yard.
Jonathan and Andrea Straub were caught on a security camera tossing dead animals, cutting branches off trees, and knocking over their neighbor’s “For Sale” signs, Lower Merion police say. The high-powered realtors had put their own home up for sale and allegedly didn’t appreciate their neighbor’s tacky attempts at marketing.
Both of the houses on Booth Lane are listed for at least $1 million, Philly.com reports. Neighbor Mary Martell’s home sits directly behind the Straub’s home. She was trying to sell the house by herself.
Andrea Straub, on the other hand, was born into the real estate industry. Her father is a top builder and developer while her mom worked as a broker. The award-winning real estate agent graduated from New York University with honors and handled multi-million dollar home sales for Prudential Fox & Roach. On her website, she calls herself a skilled negotiator and a “people person.”
After Martell was hospitalized for an unrelated condition, her house sitter noticed that someone had been knocking over the signs and stealing the real estate flyers advertising the home.
Martell then had security camera installed on her property and managed to catch the Straubs red-handed.
Straub was fired from her job at Prudential Fox & Roach on Friday, Mainline Media reports.