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Published: 10:00, 15 March 2016 |
A disgruntled Islander made their feelings clear about dog owners not clearing up after their pets.
An anonymous walker left a note attached to a stick on a pile of dog mess on the path next to the sea wall, near Sheppey Leisure Complex.
It read: "Lazey (sic) morons, if you drop litter, or don't clean up after your dog, you can be fined up to £80."
A picture of it was snapped by Sheerness resident Paula Fagg, who cleaned up the offending dog mess, as well as the note inserted into it.
She said: "It is an amusing message. But it was also a bit strange. Do they carry a pen and a piece of paper to do this wherever they go?
"Most people do clean up after their dogs and it's really a minority that don't, which is a shame."
Did you or do you know who left the note? If you do, get in touch with the newsdesk on 01795 580300.
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