A nuisance neighbour has been evicted from his council house after a lengthy campaign of anti-social behaviour.
Jordan McMillen, 26, played excessively loud music at his home on Blackstock Road, Gleadless - threatening and spitting at a neighbour who asked him to turn the volume down.
After multiple warnings his sound equipment was seized. Police also found cannabis growing equipment in his home, for which he was fined, and arrested him for being drunk and disorderly.
A district judge made an outright possession order against Mr McMillen and ordered him to pay £1,700 of council costs in March.
“This sort of behaviour is completely unacceptable and we will not tolerate it,” said coun Harry Harpham, cabinet member for homes and neighbourhoods