Man slapped with hefty fine after large pile of rubbish including vehicle tyres, a bread bin and an iPad dumped in field

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James Michael Ball pleaded guilty to a fly-tipping offence in a field off Botley Road in Curdridge following an investigation by Winchester City Council. The rubbish included a large builder’s bag, vehicle tyres, green waste, a bread bin, paint pots, paperback books, a laptop, iPad, clothes and correspondence. Magistrates ordered him to pay £325 towards prosecution costs, £250 in compensation to the landowner to cover removal costs and further enforced a £22 victim surcharge, totalling £597.
Published 2 months ago · Hampshire, United Kingdom

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Man slapped with hefty fine after large pile of rubbish including vehicle tyres, a bread bin and an iPad dumped in field

A MAN has been slapped with a hefty fine after vehicle tyres, a bread bin and an iPad were illegally dumped in the countryside.

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