The Canadian Press

2015-05-02 | Woman Noisy Chair

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A 91-year-old Quebec woman is a lot happier now that she won't have to pay a fine after a neighbour complained about a noisy La-Z-Boy chair in her apartment. Yvette Vachon was originally slapped with a 148-dollar ticket after someone downstairs called police two weeks ago during the evening to complain. The woman, who lives in Saguenay, was handed the ticket for violating a city bylaw on excessive noise. Her lawyer Charles Cantin says the police visited Vachon's apartment and -- without checking the facts -- issued the ticket based on what the neighbour said. He can't understand how Vachon could create a lot of noise. (After he told Vachon the ticket was cancelled, the lawyer described her as "one of the happiest women alive today.")

Date: 2015-05-02
Placeline: SAGUENAY, Quebec.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 11 seconds

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