Council estates, fly-tipping and Staffordshire Bull Terriers
Without wishing to be accused of casting dispersions I have noticed that on average, and according to my visual but unscientific observations, it appears to me that council estates are far more likely to be blighted by casual fly-tipping than other housing locations.
Of course rogue builders and organised criminal fly-tippers prefer country lanes and remote locations free from prying eyes, but as for casual small scale fly-tipping it appears that council estates suffer more than other locations.
While walking the dog yesterday near to Cardiff Walk in Denton I came across the mess pictured above. Surely someone must have spotted the people responsible?
Also in relation to council estates, has anyone else noticed that every second dog is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, I wonder why this is?