Farmers Return Rubbish To Couple After 'Fly-Tipping'
Fly-tipping is no laughing matter and one couple learned that lesson the hard way when a group of farmers brought their rubbish back to them.
The band of disgruntled workmen had discovered the rubbish in a chalk pit they had recently cleared, and set off on a 'reconnaissance mission' to find more information about the perpetrators.
In a video posted on social media, one of them digs out a letter showing the name and address of the people allegedly responsible for dumping the tat.
The evidence leads them to a house in Blandford Forum, Dorset, where they head over to pay them a little visit to return the stuff they have tried to get rid of, which included a microwave.
But rather than throw it all back on their front lawn, the group of vigilantes say there is 'too much traffic' passing by and opt instead for the rear of the property.
They then get to work throwing the huge pile of crap right in their back garden, with a little 'we'll be seeing you', as they do. Sassy.
Since the clip was posted on social media, users have praised the farmers for taking the situation into their own hands.
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Commenting on the video, one person said: "Nice one brilliant."
However, not everyone seemed to agree, with some pointing out that the couple involved may very well have paid a company to dispose of their rubbish properly but they had failed to do so.
"That's why you should make sure it's a legit firm. Law can come after you if you let a fly tipper take your stuff," said one.
This isn't the first time a group of workers have taken the law into their own hands.
Last year, a group of gardeners ripped up a customer's patio after they allegedly failed to pay more than £7,000 they owed for the work.
A landscaper filmed the moment he ordered his team to destroy a garden in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, that they had recently finished.
In footage shared online, the bloke can be heard telling his men to 'smash it to f***ing absolute pieces'.
The group then quickly get to work tearing up the patio, pulling down the garden fences and smashing through the back gate.
The gardener then says: "This is what will happen when you try and have me off with £7,300. Smash the whole place to bits, smash it all down. Get the sledges, quick."
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