Furious neighbours said their lives were a "living hell" after being forced to listen to R 'n' B singer Chris Brown's song on repeat throughout the night.
Mandu Ukpong made Yeoman Court residents' "life a misery" by playing the singer's single "Loyal" at a thunderous volume and subjecting his Pinner neighbours to "explicit swearing".
The Harrow Council's Environment team gave Ukpong a huge fine and confiscated his hi-fi after officers visited his house and heard the tune of Rihanna's former boyfriend playing on loop.
Ukpong had a history of making life a misery for his neighbours at Yeoman Court by playing loud music at all hours, and was given a Noise Abatement Notice in September last year, although the Loyal-lover was back to his old ways within days, the council said.
Officers heard the track's explicit lyrics on loop
Environmental Health officers and police visited Ukpong’s home on November 17 2016 after further complaints.
When they arrived, they could hear the track containing explicit lyrics playing on loop and there was no answer at the door.
They returned with a court warrant, seized Ukpong’s hi-fi and speakers and summoned him to court.
Councillor Graham Henson, cabinet member for environment, crime and community safety, said: "We all have to tolerate noises we don’t like but there’s no excuse for this.
"We gave Mr Ukpong a chance to be quiet but he continued to make trouble and now it’s cost him a lot of ‘green’."
The judgement was music to the ears of his upstairs neighbours, who said the bass was so strong in their children’s bedrooms that they were forced to sleep in the living room.
In his defence, Ukpong told Willesden Magistrates’ Court that his life had been made a "living hell" by the sound of stomping feet from his upstairs neighbours.
Ukpong was fined £2,000 for two counts of breaching a Noise Abatement Notice, and ordered to pay £2,975 costs and a £100 victim surcharge, at Willesden Magistrates’ Court on February 7.
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