The disgusting act was caught on CCTV by furious neighbours - who say their street is also plagued by randy doggers and sheep rustlers
A SHAMELESS van driver was filmed having a poo in the road outside a row of sleepy cottages, sparking outrage among neighbours who say their street is also plagued by couples dogging.
Horrified families said the turnaround outside their homes is used as a toilet, an illegal abattoir and by couples meeting up for illicit sex – with “rocking” steamed-up cars a regular sight.
Dad-of-one Jonathan Marsh, 56, caught on CCTV the moment a white van driver pulled up and had a poo outside his vehicle, leaving his mess and used toilet roll behind for residents to clean up.
Jonathan said: “It must have only been 7.30am in the morning. I will probably have to clean it up myself. I just don’t want to think about it.
“It was just in the corner of the lay-by. I knew instantly what he was doing as he took some loo roll with him.
“He left all his mess and put some leaves around it – it’s absolutely disgusting. It’s appalling. He left the toilet paper everywhere too.
“The irony is that there is a pub across the road. He could have gone in there.”
But Jonathan, business director at Macclesfield Rugby Club, said the worst horror faced by residents in the lane in Bollington, Cheshire, is sheep rustlers gutting the animals before throwing offal into the bushes.
Neighbour Malcolm Robson, 69, said this happened three or four times a year.
He said: “When the offal goes off it’s not the nicest thing to be trying to clean up. It’s vile in smell and appearance. It is literally right outside my door.”
The pair said couples used the street for sex two or three times a week – often in the morning before work.
Malcolm said: “It’s difficult to prove they’re not just sharing some sandwiches, but it’s fairly obvious they’re not.”
Bollington’s deputy mayor Andrew Langdon said the council and police were working together to stop the revolting activities.
He said: “This is disgusting behaviour that there’s no excuse for.”
Cheshire Police urged anyone with any information to call 101.www.thesun.co.uk