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UK Man's Angry YouTube Rant About 'Broken Door Lazy Council Won't Fix'

Wednesday 7 November 2018

 

From UK news outlet Hull Live:

 

Alan Ganly
Alan had to move the bins - an experience
which left him 'humiliated' and 'embarrassed'.
(Image: Richard Addison)
 

Hull man's angry YouTube rant about 'broken door lazy council won't fix'

Alan Ganly has branded his two-year stay at his flat in Pearson Park as a 'nightmare'

By Alex Grove
5 November 2018
© 2018 Local World

A disgruntled tenant has hit out at the council in a YouTube rant after claiming a communal door in his block of flats was left broken for two weeks leaving him vulnerable to intruders.

...

During the two weeks he says the door was broken, Mr Ganly, who classes himself as vulnerable and is disabled, feared trespassers would get into his building and potentially his flat.

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He also suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and claims that for the past two years he has been asking for a walk-in shower with a handrail to replace his bathtub which he says he finds difficult to get in and out of.

However, the council strongly maintains that such an approach has never been made by Mr Ganly.

 

 

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