July 6, 2022

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Mother, 31, and boyfriend hit with warning about loud sex sessions after complaints from neighbours

<div class="media_block"><img src="http://spygists.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/mother-31-and-boyfriend-hit-with-warning-about-loud-sex-sessions-after-complaints-from-neighbours.jpg"></div>Lydia Barker, 31, and her boyfriend Billy Brown, 40, have been told they will be monitored by the social housing provider at their semi-detached home in Somerset after neighbours complained.

Mother-of-one, 31, and her boyfriend are warned over noisy sex sessions which neighbours said were louder than a LAWNMOWER

  • Lydia Barker said she was told by her housing association she will be monitored
  • Ms Barker said the noise was limited to ‘moans and groans’ during sex sessions 
  • The mother-of-one said she felt neighbours’ official complaint was ‘extreme’ 

A couple have been handed a noise warning by their landlord after neighbours complained they were having sex too loudly.

Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, have been told they will be monitored by the social housing provider at their semi-detached home in Somerset.

Mother-of-one Ms Barker told the Sun they enjoy ‘morning, noon and night’ sex sessions but said they abstain during ‘anti-social hours’.

She said: ‘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.’

The couple were sent a letter which informed them: ‘You and your partner can be heard having sexual relations,’ adding that neighbours found the noise ’embarrassing and distressing’.

Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, (pictured together) have been handed a noise warning by their landlord after neighbours complained they were having sex too loudly Ms Barker said she found the fact her neighbours had made an official complaint 'very extreme' and said most people would knock on the door or 'stick a polite note through'

Lydia Barker, 31, and Billy Brown, 40, (pictured together) have been handed a noise warning by their landlord after neighbours complained they were having sex too loudly

The couple have been told they will be monitored by the social housing provider at their semi-detached home in Somerset (pictured)

The couple have been told they will be monitored by the social housing provider at their semi-detached home in Somerset (pictured) 

Ms Barker said her neighbours making an official complaint was ‘very extreme’ and said most people would knock on the door or ‘stick a polite note through’. 

The 31-year-old met Billy last year on the Crazy Mouse ride at a travelling fair where he worked as an engineer.

He told the Sun: ‘The neighbours only have to put up with it for two minutes. What are they complaining about?’

The couple were sent a letter by Stonewater, a housing association with 34,500 homes in England who have since said they will help all parties to live ‘amicably’.

Mother-of-one Ms Barker told the Sun they enjoy 'morning, noon and night' sex sessions but said they abstain during 'anti-social hours'

Mother-of-one Ms Barker told the Sun they enjoy ‘morning, noon and night’ sex sessions but said they abstain during ‘anti-social hours’

The couple were sent a letter (pictured) which informed them: 'You and your partner can be heard having sexual relations,' adding that neighbours found the noise 'embarrassing and distressing'.

The couple were sent a letter (pictured) which informed them: ‘You and your partner can be heard having sexual relations,’ adding that neighbours found the noise ’embarrassing and distressing’.

In a statement, the company said: ‘On reflection the letter we sent to Ms Barker about what is a very delicate matter does not meet our usual high standards and we hope that it hasn’t caused any embarrassment or distress.

‘We will continue to work with both Ms Barker and her neighbours to help them live alongside each other amicably while respecting each others’ boundaries.’ 

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