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Man’s rocky relationship with landlady boils over

A teenage drug addict won’t be allowed to live a stone’s throw from his landlady anymore after allegedly pelting the young property owner with rocks on Sunday.

The 15-year-old, who had recently been released from detention after injuring a man for dismantling the hut where he took drugs, became enraged and attacked his landlady, 27, with stones after she refused to hand over a key for a room he had shared with friends.

The offender was arrested, and faces being locked up again. NOKORWAT

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