Fly-tippers leave 100m-long line of waste down Bradford lane over two-week period

·Freelance Writer

A trail of rubbish created an eyesore for locals in Bradford after fly-tippers spent two weeks creating a 100m-long line of waste.

The trail of garbage accumulated down a lane on the outskirts of Bradford, West Yorks, leaving building rubble and materials, domestic waste, including mattresses, sofas, carpets, clothing, toys, tiles, plasterboard and wood.

A staggering four skips were needed to clear up the man-made eyesore.

<em>Vandals left a 100m-long line of waste down a Bradford lane (SWNS)</em>
Vandals left a 100m-long line of waste down a Bradford lane (SWNS)
<em>Mohammed Khan obtained video footage of a white tipper truck dumping rubbish near the entrance to the road (SWNS)</em>
Mohammed Khan obtained video footage of a white tipper truck dumping rubbish near the entrance to the road (SWNS)

Mohammed Khan, who obtained video footage of a white tipper truck dumping rubbish, said: ‘This is mindless tipping – I have had to try and move some of the rubbish so I can get past in my car.

‘This is the worst case of fly-tipping I have seen in this area.

‘There are several lorry loads and the rubbish is a mixture of all sorts of things. It is disgusting that people have done this to avoid taking it to a recycling centre.

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‘It has made a real eyesore and health hazard and has spread and blown all around.’

Mr Khan has now passed the video footage to the council with a view to finding the culprits so a prosecution can be brought.

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