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Portslade resident’s rubbish left uncollected From The Argus

A council spokesman said: “We have made it clear to the householder he can leave his wheelie bin at the bottom of his steps permanently, and put his household refuse bags in there when he needs to.

“The householder in question has a large wheelie bin and sometimes it’s very heavy. We don’t want him to have to lift it down any steps and we do not want our refuse crews to either.

He’s just being lazy. He could easily move it to the bottom of the slope once a week (don’t believe all that dross about it blowing over) but he can’t be bothered.

Lots of people have to put their bins out but they don’t run to the press or threaten to break the law.

Much better that the binmen (who have to move hundreds of bins a day already) risk hurting themselves because of one lazy so and so

He’s just being lazy. He could easily move it to the bottom of the slope once a week (don’t believe all that dross about it blowing over) but he can’t be bothered.

Lots of people have to put their bins out but they don’t run to the press or threaten to break the law.

Much better that the binmen (who have to move hundreds of bins a day already) risk hurting themselves because of one lazy so and soRemember when real dustbin men collected the metal bin from your back garden and carried it to the lorry then brought it back again? Gave them a nice xmas bonus and they said thank you with a smile. If people stopped moaning about what they can and can’t do or Oh!! that’s to heavy for me to lift, Britain may get back to being a productive nation rather than a lot of twiners.

Remember when real dustbin jordan retro men collected the metal bin from your back garden and carried it to the lorry then brought it back again? Gave them a nice xmas bonus and they said thank you with a smile. If people stopped moaning about what they can and can’t do or Oh!! that’s to heavy for me to lift, Britain may get back to being a productive nation rather than a lot of twiners. wrote:

Remember when real dustbin men collected the metal bin from your back garden and carried it to the lorry then brought it back again? Gave them a nice xmas bonus and they said thank you with a smile.

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Remember when real dustbin men collected the metal bin from your back garden and carried it to the lorry then brought it back again? Gave them a nice xmas bonus and they said thank you with a smile. If people stopped moaning about what they can and can’t do or Oh!! that’s to heavy for me to lift, Britain may get back to being a productive nation rather than a lot of twiners.[/p][/quote]My God! jordan retro What are you saying? Do you want the council to get sued or something?

Stop being so pig headed and take your bin down you lazy git. What Alan Parsons seems to be forgetting is that he’s the one who has to l jordan retro ive with the uncollected rubbish and nobody else certainly not the bin men. If its not the wind its the foxes and then its left to me to clear up my garden

I know the person involved there are 4 houses up there and he is in the middle t jordan retro he three others have their bin collected and returned 2 from the top one from the bottom and yes i do not want his bin left outside my house and i do moan. If its not the wind its the foxes and then its left to me to clear up my garden