Who even knew you could track such things? A couple in Brooklyn draws the most complaints in New York City from neighbors bothered by “loud sex” noises, according to a map from DNAinfo.com.
Neighbors called police six times from the apartment building at 7201 Ridge Blvd., a “six-story, 59-unit apartment building,” to complain. (Source: DNAinfo.com)
“Neighbors are having very loud sex with the windows open that can be heard throughout the whole (building),” one neighbor said in a report submitted to 311 at 4:40 a.m. on a mid-November Friday morning.
The complaints slowed down over the winter, most likely due to closed windows, but the couple is back at it now that it’s warmer, neighbors said.
Those six complaints are not the only ones in the city, of course. In all, 311 received 133 complaints between January 2014 and February 2015, DNAinfo.com reported.
During that period, Brooklyn couples were the loudest — or possibly the neighbors were the least tolerant. Queens came in second with 37 complaints, the Bronx had 31 and Manhattan had 23.
Staten Island couples did not draw any complaints.
Read more here if you want details about the noises and the complaints.
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