Back to the sender: Momentary tables are turned on Fly-Kipper, which has unloaded 400 tires in the country … when Dipper arrives and piles them on his lawn
- The landowner had more than 400 tires on his land in Haydock, Liverpool
- On August 13, a video was posted showing tires being dumped in the front yard
- At least eight men on site help to throw the rubber in the front yard
A landowner shared hilarious footage to get revenge on an alleged fly dump truck that allegedly threw more than 400 tires on his land.
The nameless landowner filmed himself with a dump truck to bring back to the perpetrator the rubbish that had been left on his land in Haydock, Liverpool.
A man named Gary Rothwell posted videos on Facebook on August 13th showing the moment the truck parked the tires in the alleged fly dumper's garden.
The landowner pictured was filming himself in front of a pile of tires dumped on his land in Haydock, Liverpool
He used a dump truck to bring more than 400 tires left on his land back to the house of the alleged fly-dumper
He filmed himself in front of the alleged fly dumper's house after putting all the tires in the front yard
In the first clip, he films himself in conversation with the camera in front of the tire pile on his land.
He said, “We came to my Haydock country and someone brought these tires over here overnight.
"Luckily we found out who forgot her, so we'll bring her back to the person who brought her here, thank you."
A second video shows a truck full of tires pulling back into a driveway before parking it on the unsuspecting homeowner's lawn.
As the tires start to fall, Gary can be heard saying, "F ****** awesome, that's what this f ***** gets."
At least eight local men toss the tires in a garden and Gary yells, "I have about 421 [tires], but there could be a little more."
A truck full of tires pulls back into a driveway before parking it on the unsuspecting homeowner's lawn
More than eight men were there and the landowner can say, "F ****** fantastic, that's what this F ***** gets."
A photo then shows the front yard of the house, which is completely covered with rubber.
The landowner takes another video of himself and says, "Finished now, give it back, so thanks."
Gary Rothwell posted the scene on Facebook and thrilled social media users.
Naomi Shaw wrote: “I have lost the number of days I wake up to find that a low life has overturned on our land! It's good that you found the culprit. «
The video he posted on Facebook wowed social media users as some hail the landowner for finding the culprit
The men on site help load the tires from the truck and completely cover the front yard of the house with rubber
And Suzanna Adams commented: “I bet he was wondering where he left all those tires!
"I'm sure he's glad you are all safe and sound again."
According to the community library, the penalty for tipping flies can be a fine of up to £ 50,000 and a prison sentence of up to 12 months if convicted in a local court.