A life size blow up doll perched in a tree in a Charlestown neighborhood is getting a lot of second looks.
A couple who lives next door to where the five foot doll is perched on Cherokee Bend says it's up there to make their lives miserable.
The doll is just the latest in a long-line of things that Cheryl Dowdell and her husband have had to deal with, since their next-door neighbor Peter Bloomquist moved in 12-years ago.
Their problems with Bloomquist stretch back to a simple disagreement over whether Bloomquist could build a second story onto his house, which would block the couple's view of the ocean.
Eventually, after going to court, Bloomquist won-out.
But the bad blood between the neighbors, didn't end there.
Bloomquist put up 40-foot trees, flagpoles, and a spinning pig on-top of his house.
All things that the Dowdell's feel were put there just to mess with them.
"He ended up being able to build his addition, I mean that's the way the cookie crumbles, he put up his addition, but since then it hasn't stopped." said Cheryl Dowdell.
The blow-up doll appeared in May and after complaining to the police about it, Cheryl Dowdell says she had a scary encounter with Bloomquist.
"He was in the road and came and leaned toward my car, screaming and yelling."
Charlestown Police questioned Bloomquist about the incident and the blow-up doll.
Bloomquist told them that he wouldn't take the doll down and said that "Mrs. Dowdell could drop dead."
When ABC6 News tried to contact Mr. Bloomquist about this story, he wouldn't answer his phone or his door.
Cheryl Dowdell says that her neighbor's behavior is hard to explain.
"You'd like to say, 'Oh isn't this all silly?' But you know its very frightening and I don't know why he does it." said Dowdell.
Now the last run-in that Cheryl Dowdell had with Peter Bloomquist in the street near her home on Cherokee Bend did lead to charges being filed against Mr. Bloomquist.
Charlestown Police have charged the 58-year old with three counts of disorderly conduct.