My tap flooded the street, is it my fault?

March 2, 2012

Property

The offending tapYesterday our Ukrainian cleaner came round to tidy up the house, while the lady wife was out at Tesco’s. One thing led to another and we ended up sharing a bath and sadly omitted to close the elegant Edwardian levered tap device. This resulted in a deluge of quasi Biblical proportions. All the neighbouring houses appear to have been washed away and my wife has not yet returned from Tesco’s. Only Mr Noah appears to have survived this unfortunate occurance as his house floated. Am I in any way culpable for this act of wanton, careless stupidity?

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