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Flytippers caught on camera in Forest Gate

PUBLISHED: 09:00 20 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:03 21 November 2018

Two men caught on camera flytipping in Upton Avenue on Friday (November 16).

Two men caught on camera flytipping in Upton Avenue on Friday (November 16).

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This is the moment a pair of flytippers were caught red-handed on camera in Forest Gate.

The two men can be seen dragging a fridge-freezer across Upton Avenue before dumping it next to another on Doris Road.

They then made off in a white, 2006 Vauxhall Vivaro van past St Antony’s Primary School at about 11.30pm on Friday (November 16).

The person doing the filming, who asked not to be named, said: “I couldn’t believe it when I spotted them.

“It wasn’t that late really and there were still people around. One of them was clearly struggling with the weight because he dropped his end a couple of times.

These fridge-freezers were illegally dumped in Forest Gate. Picture: JON KINGThese fridge-freezers were illegally dumped in Forest Gate. Picture: JON KING

“It was like watching the Chuckle Brothers doing flytipping.”

The pair were dressed in dark clothes with one wearing black sports bottoms with a white stripe down the legs and a skull cap or beanie.

To report flytipping visit the Newham Council website.

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