What is the most you can expect from a neighbor nowadays?

The maximum they could do would be looking after your house when you aren’t at your house or maybe help you out when you have run out of groceries. And that is what we all think is the maximum neighbors can do for us. But what if I tell you that we are wrong? What if I tell you that a group of neighbors came together to prevent something that could have been harmful to everyone in the building.

Faced by adversities and with almost no backup, these group of neighbors decided to do something gutsy. Now it’s up to you, whether you call it bravery or foolhardiness.

The Incident

What would be the first thing that will come to your mind when you end up on the receiving end of vandalism?

Call for help. At least this is what a resident in the West Hollywood area of Los Angeles, California thought when he ended up on that side.


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He tried contacting and asking for the help of the police, but the police were also not able to do anything to catch the vandal. When the police weren’t able to do anything, this guy had lost all the hope if he would ever be able to catch the vandal.


The guy was surprised when he got to know that it was not only him but many of his neighbors also had ended up on the suffering side of vandalism. They all contacted the police but not much came of that this time either.

Gathering Everyone

When they did not know what to do, they decided to stand together. The guy started to contact every person in the building. He wanted everybody to be on the same page to tackle this situation and know who the culprit was.

Residents Assemble!

When everybody in the building heard of this story they all decided to stand together. They all decide that if the police weren’t able to find and catch the vandal, then they all had to come together as a community and do something.

The Plan

Now that everyone was onboard on the plan of catching the vandal, they had to devise a plan to do the same. The first step that they all decided was to contact the police and tell the authorities about what was happening and about its repetitive nature.