"We have a huge house in our street.
The extended family is run by a grumpy old woman with a pack of fierce dogs.
Her car isn't taxed or insured, and doesn't even have a number plate, but the police still do nothing.
Her bad tempered old man is famous for upsetting foreigners with racist comments.
A shopkeeper blames him for ordering the murder of his son and
his sons girlfriend, but nothing has been proved yet.
All their kids have broken marriages except the youngest, who everyone thought was gay.
Two grandsons are meant to be in the Army but are always seen out in nightclubs. You may recognise them - one looks like his late mother (the aformentioned son's girlfriend), the other a spitting image of Mr. James Hewitt.
The family's odd antics are always in the papers.
They are out of control. ..........