A competitive darts player has to pay his former landlord for new flooring, after practising in the kitchen of a south Auckland apartment, Stuff reports. According to a recent Tenancy Tribunal decision, Tony Gordon Lee left holes in a wall and in the wood panel flooring. A photo provided by landlord Barnhill Property Management Limited shows 13 holes in the floor, marked by post-it notes. Lee was ordered to pay $881.19 for the wall repair and floor replacement costs, and the landlord also kept his bond of $714.53.
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