Couples whose house is on level 2 are not allowed to visit their own garden friends – because it is on level 3.
The bizarre boundary quark means that the rock and the isolated house of Philip Herbert in Yorkshire, Oletti, are in brackets in the middle of the new coronavirus restrictions, but their back lawn is in tight bands.
The bizarre catastrophe has escalated because a culvert running under their land is the official boundary between Leeds City Council in West Yorkshire and Harrogate Borough Council in North Yorkshire, which includes various sections of the new alert system.
Level 2 individuals can meet socially in groups of six overseas, including private parks. Sheila and Philip, however, are banned because they remain at a high level once they are removed from their archives.
Retired chiropractor Ms Herbert said she and her husband, a former executive in the judiciary, were “aware” of the unusual situation.
“We go shopping at the nearest supermarket, which is three-tiered, but they are open anyway, so hopefully I’m not breaking any rules,” he told SWNS news agency, he told SWNS news agency.
“My daughter lives on three levels, but as long as we can still see her we’re in her support bubble, that’s what I’m bothering about.”
He added: “My neighbor pays his council tax to Leeds and we pay our council tax to Herogate. Collects various councils in our container.
Boundary fame dates back to about half a century ago when the road was first built over a culvert, but the boundaries of the two regions were the same.