SI resident with horse, driving 'neighh-bors' crazy

Kimberly Dole
October 03, 2019 - 1:55 pm

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NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A Staten Island resident has been drving his neighbor's crazy after moving in with a horse and a goat.

Abdul Elenani turned his yard on Pommer Avenue into a makeshift stable for Morgie, his 12-year-old chestnut mare, which he rides every day, even to get some coffee at a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-thru.

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Some residents have called 311 dozens of times to complain over the smell, manure, insects and noise, according to the a report from NY1.

“In the middle of the night, you get, ‘neighhhh,’” complained next-door neighbor Steve Coyne, who says Morgie is so close, he can reach out his window and pet her.

“The first couple of times I thought I left ‘Mr. Ed’ on TVLand, Coyne added.

Elenani, who also owns a goat, admited he will be getting rid of it after being told that it wasn't leagal by the city Health Department.

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