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Carpenter crazy on the brand new cabins as revenge for no payment: Here is his judgment

- It looks like an earthquake or a bomb explosion, said the 61-year-old Elaine Francois in august of 2018, just after she had witnessed a man smashed a number o

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Carpenter crazy on the brand new cabins as revenge for no payment: Here is his judgment

- It looks like an earthquake or a bomb explosion, said the 61-year-old Elaine Francois in august of 2018, just after she had witnessed a man smashed a number of brand-new cottages in the uk Buntingford with an excavator.

It was probably a disagreement about something payment that got the 30-year-old Romanian-born carpenter Daniel Neagu to destroy the houses for a total value of over seven million Danish kroner, while he laughingly shouted, 'whoop whoop' and took pictures of his act.

Several neighbors have told me that they tried to confront Daniel Neagu, but he continued smiling to smash the loose. Photo: E Herts Rural Police/Twitter

Now, the now 31-year-old man got his judgment to have caused the extensive damage.

It writes among other Birmingham Live.


Footage from a GoPro camera from an iPhone shows Daniel Neagu shouting the words 'fucking shit company', the flute melody for the Gala Rizzatto-hit 'Freed From Desire', and shout abusive words in Romanian.

Photo: E Herts Rural Police/Twitter

Photo: E Herts Rural Police/Twitter

In one of the recordings you can hear Daniel Neagu tell a passer-by, that someone owes him what amounts to 139.000 Danish kroner.

'I decided that even if I got the trouble, so I did it with good reason, because I haven't got payment, if you know what I mean', you can hear Daniel Neagu say in the recording.

In court called judge Stephen Warner the case for a 'truly shocking' act of revenge'.

He referred to the scenario as 'planned, deliberate acts of vandalism' and said, moreover, that the associated, which emboldened Daniel Neagu to continue his destructive selvtægtsmission 'ought to be ashamed of their behaviour'.

Daniel Neagu refused in spite of video evidence to be guilty, but in January he acknowledged nevertheless guilty of having caused the extensive damage.

He has now been sentenced to four years in prison.

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