A Cinderford, Gloucestershire millionaire who just finished serving a jail sentence for not tearing down what may be the world's coolest man cave is still in a war with his neighbors, and he's kicked things up a notch.

Graham Wildin, 70, was told he has to tear down his 10,000-square-foot backyard man cave, but he refused.

The "cave" has a bowling alley, casino, cinema, squash court, bar, theatre, a gym - and neighbors say he's working on a pool.

After complaints from neighbors, the city found that the whole thing was built without the planning permissions needed. The thing is like five times the size of his house.

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Wildin refused to tear it down once he was notified by the city to tear down the 10,000sqft backyard addition, and he was sentenced to six weeks in jail in June - which he happily served.

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Now that he's out of the clink, neighbors in Cinderford now say things have gotten worse.

Neighbors say he's been taking revenge by parking a fleet of expensive classic cars in "ugly plastic covers" on their street.

One neighbor claims that Wildin watches his security cameras to know when one of the neighbors leaves, and hurries out to steal their parking space.

‘He has a fleet of classic cars which he used to park all along the road that would block people from parking outside their houses,' one neighbor told Metro.

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