A man has been fined for fly-tipping a bag of his own household rubbish in a country road.

The man, from Uxbridge, has been slapped with a bill of £3,000 after he was caught by a surveillance camera dumping the rubbish.

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The huge 'builder's bag' of waste was dumped at the side of the road in West Hyde Lane in Chalfont St Peter in another shocking case of fly-tipping on our country roads.

Cameras saw a white van pulling up to discard the rubbish on October 15 last year and he appeared in court on September 16 this year.

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His fine was reduced because he pleaded guilty early on to fly-tipping.

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