A NOISY Amazon employee hyped Whitney Houston so much that desperate neighbors wore earplugs to bed after they couldn’t sleep.
Seyed Mohammadi, 58, listened to Smooth Radio and turned up the volume to Whitney’s classic I Will Always Love You.
He also performed Rihanna’s Take a Bow and Lewis Capaldi’s Hold Me While You Wait.
Neighbors have been forced to put up with the game all night long for years and resort to wearing headphones to get a good night’s sleep.
Prosecutor Alexander Barbour told Birmingham Magistrates: “There are 11 counts.
“Each charges represent and allegedly violates that notice by playing additional amplified audio from Mr. Mohammadi’s apartment.
“Mr Mohammadi’s case was that he was not at home at the time and the noises are believed to have been made by someone.
“We say the council has solid evidence that certainly the sound was coming from his apartment and Mr. Mohammadi violated the relevant notice.”
Council noise inspectors visited his address in Birmingham 35 times and sent him a notice to reduce nuisance.
They used the Shazam mobile app to determine which songs were getting through the walls.
Three neighbors said they heard shrill songs by Bruno Mars, Ellie Goulding, Phil Collins, John Lennon, Madonna and Sting.
On Monday, Mohammadi was convicted of 11 counts for failing to comply with a nuisance relief notice.
He denied violating the noise reduction, saying he was working or sleeping.
Mohammadi told the court: “The time you are giving has nothing to do with musical comics from my apartment. I work six nights a week. I am not there.”
He claims only a battery-powered pocket radio is incapable of producing intrusive volumes.
One neighbor said loud music prevented them from seeing friends and family, while another said they wore headphones to block out the noise.
Councilor Robert Hedges used a tape recorder at a neighbor’s apartment and recorded 10-minute episodes of the shrill noises.
He speaks pop and dance music, fast with repetitive bass that can be heard late into the early morning.
Mr Hedges told the judges he stood in the street and heard music through an open window during a visit to Mohammadi’s apartment last April.
Then he went inside a neighbor’s house and listened to a Whitney classic through the walls.
Mohammadi received a £3,000 fine and was ordered to pay £1,500 in court fees and £150 in restitution to three separate neighbours.
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