Gemma Wale, a 23-year-old mother of two from England, disturbed her neighbors so much with how loud she was during sex, that she was thrown in the slammer for two weeks!

Wale (shoulda been spelled "Wail," right?) was put under what's called anti-social behavior order weeks earlier. The anti-social behavior order prohibited Wales from making "loud sex noises" as well as playing loud music, shouting, swearing, and slamming doors.

Apparently this woman was a nightmare to live next to. Multiple neighbors and former neighbors talked about how noisy she was both in and out of the bedroom.

“Gemma started screaming and shouting whilst having sex, which woke us up. This lasted 10 minutes,” said Ghazala Bibi, 40, the neighbor who filed the complaint.

“It was really loud sex, and the rest, arguing and things. ‘Difficult’ isn’t even the word to describe her,” a former neighbor who asked not to be identified said. “She would have parties until 5am and then sleep all day. I would hear her having sex and my children would too; I used to have to turn the TV up. She literally was the absolute neighbor from hell. I never ever want to set eyes on her again.”

Adrian Edwards, another neighbor, adds: “I didn’t get the worst of it because I don’t stay here all the time, my sister does. But Gemma was really loud. I’m sure my sister would have heard her having sex though. She was just so loud all the time. You could hear her arguing at 1am or 2am. She was terrible.”

Here's what the residing Judge Emma Kelly had to say:

“I am satisfied that during the course of the early hours of January 29, 2015, at around 5am, the defendant was guilty of screaming and shouting whilst having sex at a level of noise which caused nuisance or annoyance to (a neighbor),” Judge Kelly said. “In light of the amount of breaches found, the lack of remorse, and the defendant’s attendance at court literally days before half of these breaches took place, I take the view that an immediate term of imprisonment is justified on the facts of this case. I do, however, take account of the fact that these are the first breaches proved in relation to the interim order. They, fortunately, do not go as high as amounting to actual or threatened violence against Mrs. Bibi or her family and therefore I take that into account when determining the length of custodial sentence. I take the view that a period fourteen days immediate imprisonment is appropriate to run concurrently on each breach.”

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