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Woman moved home to avoid ‘curious’ neighbor

Posted by te2ataria on January 23, 2009

Neighborly ‘love’ often goes too far in New Zealand

Have you ever wondered how many sex maniacs are roaming around New Zealand?

Woman ‘repulsed’ by undie invasion 

Stuff NZ / NZPA. Friday, 23 January 2009

A West Coast woman who caught her neighbour rummaging through her underwear drawer was so “repulsed and disgusted” by the invasion of her privacy that she threw the lot away, a court has been told.

Andrew Richard Selway, of Kokatahi, near Hokitika, was ordered to pay the woman $600 reparation for replacement clothing, $750 for emotional harm and $50 witness expenses.

In Greymouth District Court the 44-year-old farmer admitted being found unlawfully on premises, after Judge David Saunders downgraded the charge from burglary.

Selway told the court that he was simply “curious” and meant no harm.

The victim told the court she had disposed of the contents of the drawer because she could not bear to use them again.

She had also spent $1000 on fencing and trellis to screen her house from Selway’s home and eventually decided to move home.  Continued… 

3 Responses to “Woman moved home to avoid ‘curious’ neighbor”

  1. June said

    If you find the full story on this creep – you will find he also assulted her 14 year old daughter while he was there! This guy is too creepy!

  2. June said


  3. te2ataria said

    The problem, of course, is the ubiquity of such creeps in New Zealand.

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