Pensioner being sued by neighbours says they should build wall if they are worried about fires 

A pensioner being sued by his millionaire neighbours over claims he torched their garden fence has told a judge they should just build a brick wall if they are worried about fire.

David Baker, 80, claims property magnate Mark Randolph Dyer and his wife, Clare, are using their millions to intimidate him and ‘get their pound of flesh’ in court.

The wealthy couple say they’ve been harassed and pestered by their elderly neighbour since moving into their £2.6m house in Surrey 25 years ago.

Their home, in Albury, near Guildford, boasts a swimming pool and tennis court and at one point its own helipad.

The couple accused Mr Baker of being behind malicious letters and phone calls, pouring abuse on their guests arriving by helicopter, and even poisoning trees on their land.

The final straw came in June 2021 when Mr Baker set fire to the couple’s fence, they say, although the pensioner steadfastly denies all the claims.

Property tycoon Mark Randolph Dyer, pictured left outside London's High Court, and wife Clare (not pictured) are suing their neighbour David Baker

Property tycoon Mark Randolph Dyer, pictured left outside London’s…

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