Fly tippers have struck again and dumped huge swathes of rubbish in the middle of a Coventry road.
The road has been covered in wood, AstroTurf, underlay and more.
The mountain of rubbish is blocking access to anyone trying to get from Clay Lane to Watery Lane, between Corley and Allesley.
A local resident shared the sight on the Allesley Village Community page on Facebook.
Leanne Callaway posted it and said: “What the hell is wrong with people.”
It is understood to be the third time in a week that the lane has been blocked due to fly-tipping.
Commenting on the Facebook post, Jane Taylor wrote: “That’s despicable.”
Muhammad Tariq said “Shame on these people”, while Amanda Prince added: “Disgusting!”
Michael Carroll said the current bin strikes wouldn’t help the problem. He said: “Now the bin men are on strike you can expect to see a massive increase in fly tipping across the city in general.”
As reported by CoventryLive today, four-drop-off sites are opening from tomorrow (December 29) in Coventry for people to get rid of their rubbish.
The fly-tipping incident comes after a similar scene occurred in Kenilworth last week with a huge pile dumped and blocking the road.
A police community support officer (PCSO) moved the rubbish, which included a glass table, wood, plastic containers and a chair, to the side of the road as she branded the culprits “disgusting”.
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