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Retired nurse, 74, tells police she will 'f****** kill that c*** next door' as neighbour row about a delivery driver escalates

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A former NHS nurse dialled 999 and warned she would kill her next-door neighbour after the two pensioners fell out over a delivery driver.

Yvonne Finlayson, 74, spent a night in a cell after telling police she would kill 72-year-old Christine Blower. Wigan Magistrates Court heard how Finlayson, from Atherton, told a call handler she was 'going to kill her, the f****** c***' before hanging up.

The police operator called her back and Finlayson continued: "I do not f****** care, I will f****** kill that c*** next door.

I will really do that." The warning prompted Greater Manchester Police to turn up at Finlayson's home and arrest her. She spent a night in a cell, which was described by a magistrate as 'punishment in itself'. READ MORE: Audi driver went 150mph as child, 3, sat on passenger's KNEE before smashing into lamppost The court heard how police enquiries revealed the two pensioners had been feuding after Miss Blower befriended a local delivery driver known only as 'Gaz'.

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