Little House On The Prairie A Death Trap Says Building Inspector

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Monday, 14 May 2012

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Laura "Whore" Ingalls

Building Inspectors in the small town of Walnut Grove, Minnesota, have called a house, built by the owner "a death trap" and that the residence needs to be demolished or brought up to code by the end of week.

The house has no smoke alarms, an open fire, limited ventilation and plumbing and is made of wood, making it a fire hazard of "enormous magnitude" according to one report.

Owner of the property, Charles Ingalls, has been described as "reckless, self serving but above all a danger to his family" by local fire Chief Tom Fiery.

Ingalls, father to four daughters though is unrepentant.

"They can all go burn in hell if they think I am going to tear down this place" he said definitely "I built this place on my own and it is fine, fuck the code, fuck the inspectors…..fuck you!" he cried as he swung a punch at a group of gathered reporters.

This isn't the first time the Ingalls' family has ran foul of the law and local officials.

Two daughters, Laura and Mary were accused of running a prostitution ring from a local motel while Ingalls himself has several convictions for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.

Neighbor Nels Olsen called the Ingalls "pure scum".

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