Hoarder's Home Begins to Attract Tourists

Ugh... You may not love your neighbors, but it could likely be worse. Just ask the folks living on a street that's been nicknamed "Filth Avenue" all because of just one house.

The Queens, New York, resident has a tower of trash in front of her home, and now it's attracting tourists. The piles of garbage in the South Jamaica home are so big they can be seen on Google Earth, which is what prompted the New York Post to start the nickname "Filth Avenue." The woman who lives there, Carminee Bhimull, fights a daily war of words with her neighbors as the mess piles up. There are beer bottles, cans, water bottles and more lining the area, which Bhimull claims is recycling.

 

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