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The moment I found a moody Binman calling the inhabitants “dirty, smelly b *******” on CCTV

While emptying the Recycle Bin on North Wales Street, a moody Binman was caught at the moment when CCTV called the inhabitants “dirty, stinky b *******”.

  • A fierce rant by Binman captured by a resident Jade Ashley’s security camera
  • Workers in Penlin Bay, North Wales, called the inhabitants “dirty smell b *******”
  • Ms. Ashley sent a clip to the council with a formal complaint
  • The council apologizes for Binman’s actions and is investigating the case


This is a shocking moment when Binman fires a ferocious and nasty rant at the inhabitants during the collection, calling them “dirty, stinky b *******”.

Jade Ashley’s surveillance cameras in Penlin Bay, North Wales, captured the morning tilade.

He exclaimed: “I told you dirty b ******* before, I won’t empty it.”

Then you can hear the same Binman yelling again, “Empty your food jar and smell”-before he disappears from the street.

Ashley, 37, sent a CCTV clip to the council with a formal complaint.

She states: “This isn’t the first time I’ve heard a man in a trash can abuse the inhabitants.

“I don’t usually check the surveillance cameras, but I wanted to see them because the trash can and the recycling trolley were damaged, so I checked them.

“After hearing him screaming that he hadn’t emptied the trash before and calling someone dirty b ******* across the street, he went to a colleague and did something. I tweeted other things.

“The CCTV camera was able to shoot some of it, but I don’t know who he was talking about because the screaming person is away from the camera.”

Jade Ashley’s surveillance camera in Penlin Bay, North Wales, caught a morning tilade where Binman shouted, “I said dirty b ******* before, I haven’t emptied it.”

His boss felt sorry for Binman’s words because he couldn’t act “professional and respectful” on duty.

Ms. Ashley said:

“One resident told me that one of the men in the trash could called him.

No matter how bad they are, we still pay the Council Tax, so we don’t have to deal with the abusive words screaming across the street.

“I complained to the council about this, and they said they would look it up, but they wouldn’t be able to tell me if they really did anything.”

A spokesperson for the Conwy Council’s Environmental, Road and Facility Services said:

Council staff are expected to perform their duties professionally and with respect.

“We contacted the residents and provided them with the latest information and apologies.”

His boss felt sorry for Binman's words because he couldn't act

His boss felt sorry for Binman’s words because he couldn’t act “professional and respectful” on duty.

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The moment I found a moody Binman calling the inhabitants “dirty, smelly b *******” on CCTV

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