Our expert says:
I know what you mean - smokers should be free to poison themselves and cause whatever diseases in themselves that they may choose to ( so long as they don't expect the rest of us to pay for their eventual treatment ) - but they should be less selfish and aware of the damage as well as simple unpleasantness, which second-hand smoke causes to others.
Especially nasty if you have asthma.
I wonder if you could get a large fan with a good extension cord, and blow the smoke back in their own faces ? They could hardly complain, as they are the origins of the toxic fumes !
I'm no expert on the law - isn't their a SA anti-smoking organization and lobby that could advise you on this ? Maybe even organize a demonstration with placards outside your neighbours place, and alert the media !
A smoker's freedom to smoke ends before their smoke reaches your nose
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