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You could be breaking the law if you leave things out for your neighbours

You could be breaking the law if you leave things out for your neighbours

You could be breaking the law if you leave things out for your neighbours
You might think you are being kind leaving unwanted items on the street for your neighbours to take. However, think twice as you could be breaking the law. A mother-of-two has revealed she was slapped with a £75 fine for fly-tipping after leaving her children’s old scooters out for the scrap man. Primary school teacher Emma Reckless, 42, left the three toys, along with an unwanted parasol holder, against her fence for collection. But she was stunned when a council Community Protection Officer knocked on her door on Tuesday and told her she would receive a penalty for fly-tipping. Metro , 17 July 2018 in Hot News You could be breaking the law if you use your phone to pay at the drive-thru
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