Police stepped in to a bitter dispute between a couple and a llama farmer.
School head Lindsey Thorne tore down fencing in a row with Andy Bennett, whose neighbouring land houses six llamas and 18 alpacas.
He labelled her and husband Neil “townies” and says he put up panels to stop them feeding his animals.
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Mrs Thorne branded it a “vendetta”, claiming Mr Bennett has deliberately fired a shotgun in early mornings and revved his motorbike near their home in Hockley Heath, Warks.
The 50-year-old head of Peterbrook Primary in Solihull has now agreed to a police community resolution.
Warwickshire Police said: “This was an incident of criminal damage to fencing and it was dealt with by way of community resolution.”
Elsewhere in Camberwell, London, a heated battle over a three-foot strip of land has resulted in a lawsuit between two neighbouring millionaire couples.
An artist and her lawyer partner have been accused of taking a piece of garden and paving over it between their million-pound house and the £1.4m Victorian home of their neighbours, and are now being sued.
Wendy Mszyca, 58, and Amanda Uziell-Hamilton, 65, say they were reclaiming what used to be their flower bed, but Jay and Hannah Stirrett don’t agree and have accused them of staging a land-grab.
The Stirretts say the couple took out a fence and paved another three feet back towards their house and are now suing at Central London County Court for return of the strip, which they say is “significant”.
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