Builder told elderly neighbours he would p*** and dance on their graves
A nightmare neighbour who launched a decade long campaign of abuse against an elderly couple over a disputed alleyway has been found guilty of harassment.
Gordon Miller was said to have tormented Beulah Walters, 80, and her 83-year-old husband Brian over access to an alley between their home and his in Portsmouth.
The self-employed builder stopped his neighbours from using their own garage for four years.
He even attempted to secretly make their garden smaller while they were on holiday by extending his land by two metres, Portsmouth Magistrates Court heard.
On one occasion it was claimed he told the elderly couple he would piss and dance on their graves after their deaths.
Miller denied harassing the couple but failed to turn up for his trial due to private dental work he was having completed in Turkey.
The court heard how Miller had been abusive to the couple hundreds of times.
Whilst giving evidence Mrs Walters said: He can be intimidating and frightening at times.
He wants to hurt people and upset people and upset everybody and this is just what he does. This is the sort of person that he is.
Miller was one of the countrys most notorious illegal clampers, once clamping a woman who was in the process of completing a three-point turn.
The 52-year-old was jailed for three-years for blackmailing motorists he had clamped in 2005.
He was convicted in his absence of harassment between June 2009 and January this year, and failing to comply with a community protection notice by not removing junk from the alleyway.
A warrant for his arrest was issued by Magistrate Ruth Dash after being told he had been convicted for a separate harassment charge.
He is facing six to eight weeks jail for the previous offence.