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    Am I the only one that finds it amusing how defensive some of these comments are?

    OP, I can't even think of an answer because it just doesn't seem like a big deal to me... Unless you store your fresh groceries in the bin for future use, what does it matter?

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    People are looking in their bins when they're bringing them in? Why? Eww

    I would probably do A, it's a bin. Dog poo dries out and goes hard. It's enclosed in a bag. I often leave my bin out near the verge because it's a good 100m to bring it back in and I can't be bothered. I would never care (or probably even know) if others put something in my bin, unless they'd filled my bin and left me no room to put my rubbish, then I'd be slightly annoyed (although it would probably just make me frown, not go on a detective mission to find out who did it, I have better things to do!)

    Although, my DH would probably be the opposite. He'd likely make it his life's mission to right this injustice made against him lol

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    A... I'm pretty sure the bins are still council property?

    I live near a dog beach and am generally just glad when people pick up their dog's poo. Leaving it on the yard would be rude, putting it in a bin? Meh.

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    I ONLY put it in other people's bins if their bin is still full, on the road, and I know the garbage truck is coming that day. Otherwise I would never put it in someone else's bin. We don't have public bins near us either so I usually just carry the poop around with me until I get home.

    ETA: Yes, bins are the councils property technically! I still don't put it in others' bins though due to courtesy and not stinking up their bin for an entire week before it is emptied again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyW View Post
    A... I'm pretty sure the bins are still council property?

    I live near a dog beach and am generally just glad when people pick up their dog's poo. Leaving it on the yard would be rude, putting it in a bin? Meh.
    Nope. We pay for them as part of our rates. If you need a bigger bin you have to pay for that too. If you need a replacement bin. You need to pay for it too.

    I would never put rubbish in someone else's bin. It is plain rude.

    Just because it still on the street doesn't make it ok. There are lots of reasons why it maybe still out. My neighbor employs a man to wash out her bin every week. She would be horrified if someone did that to her.

    Would you tresspass on someone property to put rubbish in their bin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post

    I would never put rubbish in someone else's bin. It is plain rude.

    Just because it still on the street doesn't make it ok. There are lots of reasons why it maybe still out. My neighbor employs a man to wash out her bin every week. She would be horrified if someone did that to her.

    Would you tresspass on someone property to put rubbish in their bin?
    This. We both work full time (up until recently) I would be livid if I came home and there was a bag of dog poo in our emptied bin. Fair enough if it was about to be emptied but once it's been emptied, not cool

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    Im just impressed that people actually clean their bins 😉

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    I'd like to know what fussy bin owners do when the bin man has been and rubbish has been spilt onto the rd and left there and it's rained and the rubbish is all yuck and sloppy...do they pick the rubbish up and put it in their clean bin or just leave it for someone else to pick up?

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    I would do A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Nope. We pay for them as part of our rates. If you need a bigger bin you have to pay for that too. If you need a replacement bin. You need to pay for it too.

    I would never put rubbish in someone else's bin. It is plain rude.

    Just because it still on the street doesn't make it ok. There are lots of reasons why it maybe still out. My neighbor employs a man to wash out her bin every week. She would be horrified if someone did that to her.

    Would you tresspass on someone property to put rubbish in their bin?
    To be fair the bin was on the street. I wasn't trespassing.


 

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