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Thompson-Schwab v Costaki [1956] 1 WLR 335

The  where the sight of prostitutes and their clients entering and leaving neighbouring premises were held to amount to an actionable nuisance as the activity was considered offensive in itself. There was no need to demonstrate that the activities were noisy.
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