Full House (08-01-2015)
Thanks for all the responses guys. It seems fairly evenly divided between those who care and those who don't.
I will keep this thread in mind next time I'm out walking the dog.
And to the pp who opened the bag to see what was in it....my doggy bags are covered in dog bones so it would be easy to guess
This thread has certainly given me a giggle! I wouldn't care if someone put poo in my bin..
As for the original question, I don't have a dog, but I would take it home..
And to the comments about washing the bins, I wash ours all the time! If it's not kept pretty clean, maggots breed in there and it also stinks in the heat and humidity.. I do it nearly every Monday, I would crack it if there was stinky dog poo in there!
I don't think I'd even notice if some one put doggydoo in my bin tbh! If they chucked it in without a bag *that* would be annoying. Or left it on my nature strip without picking it up. It's tiny, so it's not going to fill up the bin. It's in a bag, so it's not going to stink. I don't see the problem.
Maybe we should add 'first world problem" to the title of this thread.
I'd rather have rubbish put in my bin then left on my nature strip.
Just moved into a newly built house, had to pay the council several hundred dollars for the bins too, so I def consider them my property not a free- for-all.
Really wasn't aware people were so possessesive over rubbish bins.. how bizarre
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