VIDEO: Dartford Council contractor caught weeing up woman's outside wall

Dartford Council contractor caught weeing up a woman's outside wall

Dartford Council contractor caught weeing up a woman's outside wall

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A Dartford Council contractor has been caught on CCTV weeing on the wall of a house when he was supposed to be putting up fencing.

Tracey Croft, 43, of Trevithick Drive, Dartford, sent the video into News Shopper showing the appalling incident which happened at the beginning of May.

The man who worked for Breyer B-Line has since been sacked from the company and Miss Croft was compensated.

She told News Shopper: "The workmen were supposed to be putting up fencing but instead I found this on my CCTV.

"I was watching it when it happened and I just could not believe what I was seeing."

A council spokesman said: ""Dartford Council is aware of this appalling incident.

"We rely on contractors for jobs of this kind and Breyer B-Line have removed the sub-contractor immediately and they have offered Miss Croft £200 in compensation.

"Fortunately the vast majority of our contractors are conscientious and we get good feedback from tenants.

"When one lets us down we don’t hesitate to ensure they do no more work for us."

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5:26pm Mon 9 Jun 14

cherithporter says...

How disgusting!
How disgusting! cherithporter
  • Score: 0

5:26pm Mon 9 Jun 14

ksc says...

That's just taking the pi...........oh, you can see where i'm going with this.
That's just taking the pi...........oh, you can see where i'm going with this. ksc
  • Score: 4

6:13pm Mon 9 Jun 14

j.j. says...

Sounds like a B-class contractor...
Sounds like a B-class contractor... j.j.
  • Score: 2

8:39pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Cowboy builders, like whats we gets on 'ere giving it the large all the time.
Cowboy builders, like whats we gets on 'ere giving it the large all the time. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 0

2:21am Tue 10 Jun 14

molsey says...

Normal, no big deal, you wont find many tradesmen who have never done it if they are honest. Mind you, nowadays with CCTV it will make some think twice.
Normal, no big deal, you wont find many tradesmen who have never done it if they are honest. Mind you, nowadays with CCTV it will make some think twice. molsey
  • Score: 4

9:03am Tue 10 Jun 14

PaulErith says...

"appalling incident" - Oh come on, what bloke can honestly say that haven't been caught short and had a p against a wall or fence. Ok, he shouldn't have done it, but it's hardly the biggest crime in the land.
"appalling incident" - Oh come on, what bloke can honestly say that haven't been caught short and had a p against a wall or fence. Ok, he shouldn't have done it, but it's hardly the biggest crime in the land. PaulErith
  • Score: 18

10:10am Tue 10 Jun 14

white rabbit9 says...

My gould, you mean taking a pee is disgusting? Never doing it again.

It's pee ffs, pee is good for the garden.

http://www.theecolog
ist.org/green_green_
living/gardening/605
742/urine_the_ultima
te_organic_fertilise
r.html

Your bladder's loss could be your vegetable garden's gain, since urine makes for a surprisingly good fertiliser - so why are we wasting our wee?

Ever felt the urge to skip the toilet and just pee in the bush, behind the tree, in the flowerbed? Have you ever wondered why we have been so conditioned to hold on to a screaming bladder while we search for the nearest toilet, which could be many minutes away, meanwhile putting certain internal organs through extreme stress?

Drinking one's own urine actually cured someone's asthma.

So programmed, toilets were not around when man was, get it?
My gould, you mean taking a pee is disgusting? Never doing it again. It's pee ffs, pee is good for the garden. http://www.theecolog ist.org/green_green_ living/gardening/605 742/urine_the_ultima te_organic_fertilise r.html Your bladder's loss could be your vegetable garden's gain, since urine makes for a surprisingly good fertiliser - so why are we wasting our wee? Ever felt the urge to skip the toilet and just pee in the bush, behind the tree, in the flowerbed? Have you ever wondered why we have been so conditioned to hold on to a screaming bladder while we search for the nearest toilet, which could be many minutes away, meanwhile putting certain internal organs through extreme stress? Drinking one's own urine actually cured someone's asthma. So programmed, toilets were not around when man was, get it? white rabbit9
  • Score: 0

10:19am Tue 10 Jun 14

Gypo.Joe says...

ron,,1952 wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
Cowboy builders, like whats we gets on 'ere giving it the large all the time.
i bet you like watching men peeing! lmao
Mention cowboy builders and look what flops out.

Do you need me to tell you ?
[quote][p][bold]ron,,1952[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: Cowboy builders, like whats we gets on 'ere giving it the large all the time.[/p][/quote]i bet you like watching men peeing! lmao[/p][/quote]Mention cowboy builders and look what flops out. Do you need me to tell you ? Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -1

11:01am Tue 10 Jun 14

PaulErith says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
My gould, you mean taking a pee is disgusting? Never doing it again.

It's pee ffs, pee is good for the garden.

http://www.theecolog

ist.org/green_green_

living/gardening/605

742/urine_the_ultima

te_organic_fertilise

r.html

Your bladder's loss could be your vegetable garden's gain, since urine makes for a surprisingly good fertiliser - so why are we wasting our wee?

Ever felt the urge to skip the toilet and just pee in the bush, behind the tree, in the flowerbed? Have you ever wondered why we have been so conditioned to hold on to a screaming bladder while we search for the nearest toilet, which could be many minutes away, meanwhile putting certain internal organs through extreme stress?

Drinking one's own urine actually cured someone's asthma.

So programmed, toilets were not around when man was, get it?
"Drinking urine cured someone's asthma" - Is there medical evidence for this?

You've certainly surpassed yourself with that comment. It actually made me chuckle so well done. Using toilets is nothing to do with being programmed. When 'man was around', as you put it, they communicated with grunts, hit each other the head with clubs and had pet dinosaurs (or is the Flintstone's not reality??) We have moved on now.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: My gould, you mean taking a pee is disgusting? Never doing it again. It's pee ffs, pee is good for the garden. http://www.theecolog ist.org/green_green_ living/gardening/605 742/urine_the_ultima te_organic_fertilise r.html Your bladder's loss could be your vegetable garden's gain, since urine makes for a surprisingly good fertiliser - so why are we wasting our wee? Ever felt the urge to skip the toilet and just pee in the bush, behind the tree, in the flowerbed? Have you ever wondered why we have been so conditioned to hold on to a screaming bladder while we search for the nearest toilet, which could be many minutes away, meanwhile putting certain internal organs through extreme stress? Drinking one's own urine actually cured someone's asthma. So programmed, toilets were not around when man was, get it?[/p][/quote]"Drinking urine cured someone's asthma" - Is there medical evidence for this? You've certainly surpassed yourself with that comment. It actually made me chuckle so well done. Using toilets is nothing to do with being programmed. When 'man was around', as you put it, they communicated with grunts, hit each other the head with clubs and had pet dinosaurs (or is the Flintstone's not reality??) We have moved on now. PaulErith
  • Score: 3

2:39pm Mon 16 Jun 14

sarfflondonbird says...

And smoking too, whilst peeing............di
rty boy.
And smoking too, whilst peeing............di rty boy. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 0

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