3,000+ people are planning to attend a cookout outside Cilla Carden’s home, organized on a Facebook group called “Community BBQ for Cilla Carden.”
“Don’t let Cilla destroy a good old Aussie tradition, join us for a community BBQ, and help Cilla Carden GET SOME PORK ON HER FORK,” the event description reads.
PERTH, Australia – Thousands of people plan to attend a barbecue in front of the home of a vegan Australian woman who took her neighbors to court over the smell of meat cooking in their own backyard.
Cilla Carden, who lives in Perth, has been in a court battle with her neighbor, Toan Vu, since 2018. She claims the smell of their barbecued meat and fish became so overwhelming she couldn’t be in her backyard.
She also said her neighbors’ cigarette smoke would go into her yard and that she can’t stand the sound of children playing basketball near her home.
When she spoke with a 9News, a local news outlet, she said everything her neighbors appeared to be doing was “deliberate.”
But her neighbors told the outlet he wanted to stay on good terms with Carden, stating he removed the barbecue from his backyard and told his children to stop playing basketball.
Still, when Carden took the situation to Western Australia’s Western Supreme Court, her case was dismissed. She requested to appeal the decision, but has been denied as well.
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