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Woman feels threatened by telefonpæl: Move it or I'm leaving the country

Sally Griffiths is close to giving up.

Earlier this month put the telephone company BT a telefonpæl up right in front of her front yard in New Brighton in England.

- I can no longer sleep at night. It affects so many parts of my life. It is so high, that I feel threatened by it, told Sally Griffiths to the local media, the Liverpool Echo, soon after the 7.6 meter high telefonpæl had been put up over night.

- I feel that it will fall down over me. Every time the wind blows, I see the shake - it could crack. I was up at 5 in the morning and was concerned about it, explained Sally Griffiths.

She and hundreds of other citizens who also are unhappy with the 'threatening' telefonpæl, delivered on Monday of last week a petition to the local council in the Wirral.

Thursday delayed the 56-year-old mother of three telephone company to work with to get attached wires to the nyopsatte pole.

I sat by the side of the tree, and would not allow them to do their work, she says.

the telephone company had before the construction warned about what was going to happen. But bill had been a wrong street name, which, according to Sally Griffiths caused a bit of confusion. Photo: Liverpool Echo

But she could not manage with its protest, since the police warned her that she was just on the verge to be taken at the station, writes the Liverpool Echo.

Now she tells to media that she has had enough. Therefore, she plans now to rent his home out to move back to Egypt, as she came from 30 years ago.

- I is completely finished. I have not slept in the night. I have it as if I did not exist, says Sally Griffiths.

- I have no desire to eat, and last night I went down to the beach to cry, she continues.

She says she has done everything she can to find an alternative location for the telefonpælen, and a neighbor has even according to her, offered to have the standing on his property.

But the telephone company BT will not immediately move telefonpælen, and says to the Liverppol Echo that they have done the work 'carefully and with minimal disturbance to the local community.

- We have carried out a thorough study including a site visit, and all the relevant procedures have been followed correctly, prior to that the post has been set up, says a spokesman.

Police confirm to the media that the Thursday was called out to the Field Road, where the post is, after reviews of a woman who prevented a telefonselskabs employees to perform work in the area.

Cops came to the site and spoke with all parties - the woman was given advice and left the area. No arrests were made, said a spokesman from Merseyside Police.

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