Comments: [..] Right now I have to put up with my neighbour having a public Carnival fete at his home [in] Trincity. I know it's going to get worse. I may have to seek an injunction to enjoy my right to quiet.
Is it me or Trinis are obsessed with the misused of the car horn?. I see Trinis using horns when:
1. Someone gets married, they would constantly use the horn as the car with the bride pass on.
2. When they want to call someone inside of a house.
3. In traffic if a vehicle is taking too long.
4. Maxi taxis use the horn to call your attention and pick up passenger.
The list goes on.
Comments: Right now there's an establishment in Marabella which plays extremely loud 'music' for 12 hours straight from 10pm to 10am on just about every public holiday including Easter Sunday causing serious anguish to local residents.
Comments: I called the [Barrakpore Police Station] about my neighbours music being to loud and the office told me it day time and the people can play their music how loud they wanted to.... When I asked or name and badge number he very quickly told me that he alerted the moblie patrol and they are on their way.
Candice kudos to you for asking the name and badge number! Did they come? Shame on some police officers who refuse to do their job! It doesn't matter whether is day or night, playing the music that loud is against the law!
I don't understand why someone has their car music on so loud that it literally sounds like a Carnival truck passing by. How do they even hear? Not only is it so loud but it makes them unaware of dangers around them because they can't hear anything.
Comments: Ste. Madeline police is the worst, my neighbor installs music in vehicles and test it on his compound and the intensity of the bass drives me up a wall.
All they do is say "we can only talk to him, you need to take him to court,"
What a waste of tax payers money, these police officers need to do their job.
Source: Summary offences act.