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Judge orders ‘shaming’ of 62-year-old ‘bully’ for not acting like a good neighbor

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CINCINNATI – A man in Ohio was forced to stand on the street corner with a sign; not because he was homeless but because of how he allegedly treated his neighbors.

The 62-year-old was ordered by a judge to stand on the corner holding a sign saying, “I am a bully who picks on disabled children.”

It’s part of his punishment after pleading no contest to a disorderly conduct charge.

His neighbors accuse him of bullying the family and their children for more than 15 years, including a time when he smeared dog feces on their home.

After five court appearances, the judge said enough was enough and ordered the man’s shaming.

He also was ordered to spend 15 days in jail and write an apology letter to his neighbors.