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Drunk man loses fight against neighbour’s car

A drunken 29-year-old man picked a fight with his neighbour’s car, not realising the inanimate object did not intend to block his path home.

The suspect came upon the car, parked in its usual spot, and busted it up with wooden sticks.

The car’s owner heard the ruckus and recruited a neighbour to subdue the suspect until police arrived to arrest him.

Authorities waited overnight for the man to sober up. Upon questioning he admitted he had no quarrel with his neighbour, but was simply drunk. He was sent to court.

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