City Confiscates Man’s Electronics Because He Won’t Stop Blasting Celine Dion Song

You get the idea.

You get the idea.

There are people who like Celine Dion’s music, and then there’s a British man who took his love of “My Heart Will Go On” to such a loud, repetitive extreme that city officials were forced to confiscate his audio equipment to make him stop.

Across the pond on the fabled island of Albion — or England, you get it — neighbors of a 47-year-old man apparently obsessed with the French Canadian singer complained that he was constantly playing that one song, over and over and over again, reports United Press International.

Those grumblings led to the city council finding he’d violated a noise abatement notice times before, and it moved to take away his TV, laptop, speakers and PlayStation 3 — basically depriving him of the ability to blast Dion, or anything else (he also likes “Love Machine” by James Brown and the theme to Toy Story).

He can still play those tunes in his iPhone and MacBook, but he says he feels like the victim of a “witch hunt.” He can apply to have his belongings returned in 28 days.

But he messed with the wrong city council, it seems.

“It only takes one complaint, as in this case, and we will act,” a rep for the city council told the BBC. “People have the right to lead a peaceful existence without it being ruined by loud music. We won’t tolerate this sort of behavior and anyone who blasts out music or creates other noise nuisance should let this be a warning to them.”

My only question is… where does his heart beat noooowwwwwwww?

British authorities ban man from playing Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’ after complaints [UPI]

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