Woman, 50, held on camera throwing balderdash bags over her back wall and into an alley behind

THIS is the intolerable moment a lady was held hurling bags of balderdash over her back wall and into an alley behind her house.

Cops arrested shameless Rahimo Mahamud, 50, after an angry neighbour set up a camera to locate her fly tipping.

 Shameless Rahimo Mahamud, 50, was held on camera hurling bags of balderdash over her back wall
Shameless Rahimo Mahamud, 50, was held on camera hurling bags of balderdash over her back wall

An review was launched by Manchester City Council – but she brazenly refused to speak to their balderdash government department.

After pleading guilty to fly tipping at Manchester Magistrates court, she was fined £560 and systematic to compensate £125 in costs.

Just days after a brute balderdash gourmet was fined £620 for transfer a fridge and several bags of balderdash in South Manchester.

The fridge was traced to a South Manchester man who told investigators that he paid “a man with a van” to dispose of the waste.

 Mahamud was fined 500 after a member of the open filmed her throwing bin bags into an alley
Mahamud was fined £500 after a member of the open filmed her throwing bin bags into an alley
 William O'Donnell, 54, was fined 620 after assisting a companion fly tip balderdash on an industrial estate
William O’Donnell, 54, was fined £620 after assisting a companion fly tip balderdash on an industrial estate

William O’Donnell, 54, was found to be the purebred owners of the van, and shortly certified lending it to a companion for fly-tipping.

He certified that his partner did not own a looseness to ride and dispose of waste.
O’Donnell, 54, was fined £140, and £450 costs and a victim surcharge of £30.

Nigel Murphy, Manchester City Council’s executive member for neighbourhoods, said:

“These cases show that by operative together, we can locate and retaliate unethical fly-tippers.

“It causes genuine and pardonable anger in the communities when balderdash is illegally dumped and so we acquire any information from the residents that helps us to lane down those responsible.

“Our dedicated group will examine all reported fly-tipping incidents and will not demur to prosecute those found to be behaving illegally.”


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