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Man caught on camera dumping furniture at well-known Grantham ‘grot spot’




Man seen carrying unwanted furniture which he dumped on the corner of Grantley Street and Railway Terrace in Grantham.
Man seen carrying unwanted furniture which he dumped on the corner of Grantley Street and Railway Terrace in Grantham.

A fly-tipper was caught in the act by an eagle-eyed motorist, who watched as he dumped rubbish on a well-known ‘grot spot’ in Grantham.

The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, watched in disbelief on Sunday as the man took several pieces of broken wooden furniture to the corner of Grantley Street with Railway Terrace and simply left them there.

Man seen carrying unwanted furniture which he dumped on the corner of Grantley Street and Railway Terrace in Grantham.
Man seen carrying unwanted furniture which he dumped on the corner of Grantley Street and Railway Terrace in Grantham.

She said: “This man thinks it’s OK to blatantly dump rubbish on the corner.

“I would like to see this man prosecuted.”

The area on which the furniture was dumped is a well-known ‘grot spot’ and the Journal has reported on incidents of fly-tipping on several occasions.

The photographs have been sent on to South Kesteven District Council, which will carry out an investigation.

Fly-tipping, Grantley Street, Grantham
Fly-tipping, Grantley Street, Grantham

A spokesman said: “We acknowledge this case has been reported to us and thank the individual for bringing it to our attention.

“As with all instances of fly-tipping we are notified of, we will investigate this accordingly with the evidence that is supplied to us.”

n To report fly-tipping, call SKDC on 01476 406080.



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