Hamptons hilarity! Sure, a couple bought a Southampton Village property for $2.478 million last year and tore down the existing house to build a new place. But then they had to tear down the framing of the new home because it "was built in the wrong spot, leaving them no room for a back yard or pool," according to the Post.

One worker said, "You've got to have the pool," adding, "It’s a $100,000 to $150,000 mistake." Owner Margaret Friedberg isn't upset, telling the Post, "Mistakes happen. I love my architect and my builder. This was a surveyor’s problem," but a neighbor said, "It’s noisy. I hear the noise of construction. It’s especially annoying in the summer, and it starts early in the morning." Aw, that's horrible, but nothing a little violin music can't cure: