A man has accused a posh restaurant of pollution due to the smell of garlic as he has put up signs in his windows calling them out.
Furious Richard Evans has been locked in a bitter two-year feud with the neighbouring Duets eaterie about the pong of the food.
He has repeatedly complained about the smell of garlic but has now put posters in the front windows of his house.
Neighbour, Richard Evans, has accused a restaurant he lives next to for pollution (pictured) as he claims their extractor fan throws cooking smells and noise into his garden
The sign reads: 'His extractor fan has been polluting my outside space for years - I'm sick of it!'
Mr Evans has lived next door to Duets in Weston-super-Mare for the past 30 years, having moved in a year after the restaurant opened.
He said: 'Living next to a restaurant shouldn't be a problem for me.
'The fan pumps cooking smells and noise into my yard. It's five foot away from my window and ten foot away from my back door.
'It pollutes my back yard with the smell of garlic. In the summer, I'm sat inside with the windows and doors shut.
'I've lived here for more than 30 years and I've asked him over and over again, but he says "Don't live next door to a restaurant".'
Duets Eaterie (pictured) in Somerset opened a year before Mr Evans moved in to his house
Duets insists that Mr Evans' posters have not affected trade - but the owners, husband and wife Sean and Lyn O'Flaherty, have admitted they find the signs 'depressing'.
Sean said: 'He moved in a year after us, and since he moved in his complaints have gone from