A 63-year-old whose wild, drunken parties made his neighbours' lives a misery has been ordered to pay more than £400.
Kevin Morrissey's get-togethers at his flat in Nursery Close, Feltham, kept fellow residents at the development for over-55-year-olds awake through the night.
As well as music blaring until the small hours and loud, foul-mouthed arguments, police said neighbours had to put up with guests using the stairwell as an open urinal.
His home became a magnet for street drinkers, who officers said would often sleep on the stairs, forcing other residents to step over their prostrate bodies.
'We hope the fines will make him a more considerate neighbour'
Morrissey admitted one count of breaching a community protection notice and was found guilty of four others. A sixth charge of the same offence was dismissed after no evidence was offered.
At Feltham Magistrates' Court on Wednesday March 16, he was ordered to pay a total of £204 compensation to two neighbours and £200 in costs to the Crown Prosecution Service.
Sergeant Fiona Watts, of Feltham North local police team, said the complaints dated back to 2014 but Morrissey had failed to heed repeated warnings to keep the noise down.
"Feltham North LPT are very pleased with this result and hope that the fines Mr Morrissey now has to pay will ensure he is a more respectful, considerate neighbour in future," she added.
In February, Christopher Hanson was ordered to pay more than £2,250 for keeping his neighbours awake with loud music at night in Feltham.