Published: 10:45, 20 November 2020
| Updated: 17:51, 20 November 2020
Residents have been left outraged after litter louts dumped almost 60 litres of urine by the roadside.
The disturbing find by litter pickers in Romney Marsh has left locals desperate for answers.
Eric Brown, a member of Litter Picking Watch Romney Marsh, said that he had a job getting his head around the situation.
"After four years of clearing up after litter louts nothing should surprise me," he added. "But this one is something else.
"In one area, someone, over a period of 48 hours, disposed of 30 two-litre bottles of what looks to be human wee in a countryside ditch.
"I mean, that’s 60 litres. What?! How?! Why?!"
The bottles of liquid were found between Hope Lane and Chittenden’s Lane by fellow volunteer litter picker David Knight.
Mr Knight stacked the find by the roadside and reported it via the Country Eye App. The bottles were then collected by a team from waste disposal firm Veolia.
Pictures of the fly-tipping have sparked outrage on social media, with many pointing the finger at lorry drivers.
One bemused resident commented: "I don't get the logic of weeing in a bottle to start with.
"Don't men just go behind a tree or a hedge? Why bottle it up?
"If you're caught short in your cab then using a bottle is a great idea. But then why throw it away, Just empty it and reuse it. Am I missing something?"
Another remarked: "We've all seen some things but this really takes the... well, you know..."