OUTRAGED locals have branded fly-tippers who dumped bags of waste and wood across a highway creating a danger for road users as “t***ers – literally”.

Residents have lashed out at “scum” who left a massive pile of rubbish strewn across Bottrells Lane, in Coleshill, off the A355, adding they hoped the culprits had left “incriminating” evidence at the scene.

Buckinghamshire Council said it is aware of the issue, adding it has been cordoned off in a lay-by to be removed during the week.

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Online, fellow road users and Bucks residents voiced their disgust at the audacity of the fly-tippers.

“Were the police advised as this is a danger to traffic,” wrote one person.

“Disgusting,” wrote another.

“Hope they have left some incriminating items in the black bags,” wrote yet another resident.

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When one person wrote “t***ers”, another person replied: “Literally.”

Other people called the culprits, “scum”.

A spokesperson for Buckinghamshire Council said: “Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) have now made the dumped waste safe by coning it off in a lay-by.

“The material is due for removal this week.”

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