A RANDY couple have been slapped with a noise warning after their romps sparked complaints from “distressed” neighbours.
Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, admit to “morning, noon and night” sex sessions but say they limit sounds to a few “moans and groans”.
Simon JonesLydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, have been slapped with a noise warning after their romps sparked complaints from ‘distressed’ neighbours[/caption] Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, admit to ‘morning, noon and night’ sex sessionsSimon Jones-Commissioned by The Sun
The pair have now been silenced by a landlords’ letter saying they will be monitored.
Mum-of-one Lydia told The Sun: “It’s not as if I’m a screamer. I’ve never had any noise issues before.
“I’d not call my sex sessions extreme . . . a few moans and groans, of course.
“We’re doing it morning, noon and night, but not anti-social hours.”
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She was shocked to be told in a letter that “you and your partner can be heard having sexual relations”.
It said neighbours find it “embarrassing and distressing” and told them to reduce the noise.
She was also “creeped out” to be warned by social housing provider Stonewater that it will “monitor the matter” — and says it has “knocked them off their stride”.
Unemployed Lydia has no idea who complained about the noises from her semi-detached property in Castle Cary, Somerset.
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She said: “If there was a problem most people would knock on the door, or stick a polite note through.
“Making an official complaint to the housing association is very extreme.
“It makes me and my man feel very uncomfortable.”
She met Billy a year ago on the Crazy Mouse ride at a travelling fair, where he is an engineer.
He said: “The neighbours only have to put up with it for two minutes. What are they complaining about?”
Lydia was backed by dad David, 64, who lives in a campervan outside. He said: “The house has hollow walls but the complaint is extreme.
“I pop in for a bath and meals, but haven’t heard a thing.”
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Stonewater, which has 34,500 homes in England, said last night: “On reflection the letter we sent to Ms Barker about what is a very delicate matter doesn’t meet our usual high standards and we hope that it hasn’t caused any embarrassment or distress.”
It said it will help all parties to live “amicably”.
Lydia lives in this semi-detached property in Castle Cary, SomersetSimon Jones-Commissioned by The Sun