Flytipping victim uses dumper truck to return over 400 tyres to ‘culprit’
A VICTIM of flytipping used a dumper truck to return more than 400 tyres to the “culprit”. Stuart Baldwin filmed himself on his land saying: “Someone has put these tyres here overnight.
A second video then shows the truck reversing towards the front garden of a house, before the tyres are tipped outCredit: Gary Rothwell/Facebook
“Luckily, we found out who has forgotten them, so we are going to take them back to the person who put them here.” A second video then shows the truck reversing towards the front garden of a house, before the tyres are tipped out.
Farmer Stuart, 56, of Wigan, is heard saying: “F***ing fantastic. That’s what tha’ f***ing gets.” Eight men are seen lobbing the tyres.
A photo then shows the front garden completely covered.
In a third video, Stuart says: “Done now, given them back, so thank you.” It comes just weeks after a farmer forced a pair of brazen flytippers to load their rubbish back onto a lorry – after catching them dumping piles of debris in his field. Filming the men in a Facebook Live, farmer James Johnston said: “Ladies and gentlemen of my Facebook Live, here’s the two f***ing cretins who have been dumping sh*te in my fields.”
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Vicky McClure warns of ‘continuity nightmares’ due to lockdown The Glasgow farmer refused to believe it was the “first time” the men had fly tipped and demanded the pair picked up their mess.
Meanwhile, a homeowner who did not wish to be named, sent The Sun CCTV footage of flytippers dumping tonnes of rubbish in a residential street in Birmingham more than 20 times in four weeks. Eleven instances of the dumping were caught on CCTV in just a few weeks, with Birmingham Council reminding locals that the act of flytipping is a criminal offence.
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