A Billionaire Neighbor Allegedly Uses Gilligan’s Island Theme Song As Psychological Harassment

LOL! You just can’t make up some of this stuff.

This should be a movie where neighbors go to war, something like The War With Grandpa, except titled War With TV Show Theme Songs.

Billionaire Bill Gross, according to the story from CNN below, became embroiled in a neighbor battle over some out of code sculpture and lighting on his property. Instead of doing what most civil, reasonable neighbors would do: work out the dispute amicably, he apparently resorted to blaring the theme song to Gilligan’s Island as some sort of psychic torture.

Shortly after, Towfiq and Nakahara allege Gross began retaliating against them by harassing and disturbing them with “loud music and bizarre audio recordings at excessive levels” during various hours of the day and night — including pop or rap music, and often a series of television theme songs, according to the lawsuit, including the “Gilligan’s Island” theme on a loop.

Billionaire Bill Gross accused of blaring ‘Gilligan’s Island’ theme song on loop at his neighbor – CNN

They should have done this to Malcolm McDowell with those things that hold his eyes open in Kubrick’s famous movie A Clockwork Orange.

What other classic TV show themes could be use as veterans in psychic wars (my shameless BOC reference)? The Brady Bunch? Scooby Doo Where Are You?

Which TV show theme would drive you batty played repeatedly at excess volume?

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