We're just going through a tribunal with a tenant who has a whiff of ocd. She thinks it's our responsibility as landlords to transform her lovely rental home into a luxury pad where previous carpets, curtains, curtain rails, paintwork, doors, white good etc etc just won't do. Anyway, reading through the paperwork last night I saw a hilarious paragraph in which she described her experiences when one of the inner doors jammed shut (house and doors just eight years old). She just couldn't open it at all and told the panel that, as her daughter goes into that room twice a day to feed the pet goldfish, it was lucky that she didn't become trapped in there. WTF?? A small, vulnerable child almost trapped forever, starving to death in the dining room of a modern, eight year old home, presumably with a parent in the house somewhere at the time. Luckily she says that this horror didn't eventuate as her hubby came home from work and opened said door. Lol. This was one paragraph in a very hefty document of similar complaints. Anyone else with slightly unhinged tenants, pardon the pun.