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Violent Boundary Disputes On The Increase

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Kent, UK - The UK government's ongoing effort to slow the spread of Coronavirus through nationwide lockdown has lead to a sudden increase in violent boundary disputes.

Kent Chief Constable Russell Sprout told the Badger:  "It's to be expected, I suppose.  Many homeowners are using this time to tackle long overdue garden projects, and disputes over boundaries are inevitable."

Mrs Cheryl Flowers of Shapely Bottom, Kent, was arrested yesterday for allegedly striking her neighbour with a spade after he poured weed killer on her newly planted Judy Dench roses. She was later released after the neighbour's family refused to press charges.