No one likes the idea of coming home from holiday to see tonnes of rubbish in their garden, but that was precisely the problem faced by one London resident.
Cheryl Pandis was stunned to find roughly seven skip-loads of debris on her lawn after returning from an excursion.
And according to the Wimbledon Guardian, the council has ordered her to clear it up.
Ms Pandis was in no mood to give in, noting that it would cost about £2,100.
In such a scenario, those seeking mini skip hire in London might want to call a reputable business and get their problem sorted.
Failing that, wait for the fly-tippers to return and give ’em a piece of your mind!
Posted by TopSkips.com