NEW YORK (FOX5NY) - It's not uncommon to see lavish Christmas displays across the city this time of year. One particular presentation on the Upper East Side isn't going over too well with one resident.
The reindeer are rocking out to the holiday music on the Upper East Side, and many of the people who passed by find the display delightful. However, one man on this block said the music inside his apartment, and he has gone to court to get it stopped.
The holiday display on East 67th street is a treat for the kids, and it adds to the holiday spirit. It was set up by a family that owns several brownstones on the block.
They also put up a holiday display on the front steps of another building they own on the street.
However, attorney Nick Wilder, who has an apartment in the building across the street, filed a complaint to get a court order to shut off the noise.
"It's the blasting throughout the neighborhood of “Jingle Bells” 800 times in a row, any sane person is going to find that outrageous, that's what people are telling me," said Wilder.
Inside the vestibule of the building though, Fox 5 didn't hear anything. One of his neighbors also told Fox 5 she wasn't bothered by it at all. Other neighbors are enjoying the music, within limitations.
"If they heard it in the building, I would understand. If they're not hearing it in the building, there’s no reason why it can’t be on the streets," said Toby Birnbaum, a neighbor.
It's too early to tell if a judge will get involved in the case, but Attorney Wilder hopes to have some peace and quiet before the holiday season is over.