Politicians from all parties are facing huge compensation bills from their potential constituents for the stress caused over the last 6 weeks of campaigning.
A group action's being put together by solicitor Gareth Brown on behalf of the 600 people who've already contacted him with stories of candidates bothering them while shopping or at work.
"It's an appalling litany of abuse from people who have inflicted themselves on unsuspecting people as they went about their normal, everyday activities."
In papers lodged with Birmingham County Court, Mr Brown's claiming at least £100,000 from David Cameron, Gordon Brown and Nick Clegg, plus similar amounts from every senior party member who has campaigned alongside them.
Further, he's after compensation from all candidates from all parties, with rates starting at £500 for Green Party candidates and rising to £500,000 from the BNP.
"These persistent stalkers have to understand that the public hate them for a reason and being suddenly being faced with your nemesis in your local High Street is a stressful moment. The only way they'll learn is to hit them hard in their pockets."
"My only worry about this is that they'll claim any payout against them as reasonable campaign expenses, meaning the public will have to pick up the tab again."