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'My neighbour's daughter steals from me – people tell me to take drastic action'

Having a supportive neighbour can be a godsend, creating an atmosphere where you've got someone nearby to depend on.

But your patience would likely be wearing thin if your neighbour's kid started pinching items from your house and wreaking havoc every time they popped by.

That was precisely the dilemma for one lady who found herself at her wit's end with her neighbour's little girl, who would enter her abode only to "disrupt everything [...]climbing on furniture and damaging things".

The exasperated mum detailed how the "compulsive liar and a nasty little girl" had distressed her son, leading her to contemplate banning the child from her home.

Venting on Mumsnet, she aired: "I came back off holiday on Friday and brought my son a huge tub of his favourite chocolate from duty-free. He has been saving them and only having a handful each time."

However, when her neighbour's daughter dropped by to hang out with her lad, he bragged about his chocolatey haul. "As soon as he left the room to go outside and play she ate the whole tub!!!! Bearing in mind this is a huge tub of chocolate", she fumed.

Her young boy was so "angry" about the incident, that he insisted that the neighbouring girl should be sent home. Despite assurances, the chocolates remained unreplaced, with the mother noting, "She promised to replace them but hasn't. They don't have much money so I don't expect it".

Wrapping up her post, she expressed her frustration, saying: "She keeps calling round every day and I have been saying no as my son doesn't want her here. It's getting to the point where it's embarrassing sending her back home 2-3 times a day."

"How can I word this nicely to her mum that I don't want her coming round? She's a compulsive liar and a nasty