By Nigel Mottershead - 11th June 2019 6:07am
Ed: We received this email from a clearly exasperated Nigel Mottershead :
Dear Editor,I am writing once again to you to see if you can help in publishing something on AOL as you have kindly done in the past with regards to the repeated dog fouling on Mount Pleasant.
This has occurred yet again over the weekend on the grassy part of Mount Pleasant where the tarmac ends and becomes a grassy track.The culprit is one or maybe two large dogs judging by the size of the deposits and the owner must have known when this happened and probably watched.
I do have a good idea who it is but until I install cameras again then I have no proof. It is probably one or two dogs who don't get taken out very much and are bursting by the time they reach the first piece of grass.
This stuff happens but if it does then please just pick it up and dispose of it properly like many other people do. If they don't have any bags for this then I have lots and would happily give them to these people.
This is an unpleasant health hazard and I just wish I could catch the person allowing this to happen.Photos attached:Nigel Mottershead+44 7703 463 246 Skype: nigel.mottershead1
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