A loud neighbour who blasted out dance anthem Born Slippy on a loop has been warned he may face jail if he fails to maintain the noise down.
Clyde Taylor, 54, ignored official warnings to cease taking part in the Underworld monitor within the early hours.
Hello-fi tools, audio system and an electrical guitar have been seized from his dwelling in Eccles after repeated breaches of a noise abatement discover.
He was additionally ordered to pay a £1,500 effective, and a £30 sufferer surcharge.
A courtroom order obtained by Salford Council prevents him from taking part in music or “allowing music to be performed at a stage that may be heard outdoors the property”.
The authority mentioned the motion may have been averted had Mr Taylor obeyed the primary “well mannered request to maintain the noise down”.
Councillor David Lancaster mentioned a bit “neighbourly consideration” would have prevented motion being taken.
“If individuals refuse to be affordable and thoughtful then we’ll use our full powers,” he mentioned.
Mr Taylor didn’t attend courtroom in October, and was discovered responsible in his absence of eight breaches of failing to adjust to a noise abatement discover.
The council mentioned it was the primary felony behaviour order made in relation to noise air pollution made in Better Manchester.