A bloke was horrified to catch a mystery man in the act of having a poo on his driveway.
A couple’s home CCTV system alerted them to movement on their driveway, but what they saw on the footage was the last thing they expected.
Caught on camera was an unexpected visitor with his pants around his ankles, and his hands braced on the floor as he pooped on the tarmac.
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Footage shows the shameless individual casually walking up the private drive – which is flanked by tall hedges on one side and six-foot fences on the other.
Once he is a safe distance from the street, he loosens his trousers, exposes his buttocks and squats down before defecating on the path.
Homeowner Trevor Williamson, from Ewloe in Flintshire originally posted an abridged version of the clip on Facebook asking for help identifying the phantom pooper.
He later shared the footage with North Wales Live, who muted the clip but noted the “unpleasant” sounds featured in the CCTV.
Trevor told the publication: "Well I'll be honest, as disgusting as it is, I'm glad the wife or the dog didn’t catch him or the fella would have been in some serious trouble.
“I received a notification on my phone displaying the CCTV and couldn't believe what I was seeing.
"There he was, clear as day, some fella squatting on our drive who had obviously been caught short. I couldn't believe it, at half seven as well?
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“I'll tell him this for free, next time there’s Ewloe Social Club across the road and they've got actual toilets."
Trevor and his son Michael managed to see the funny side of the situation once the initial shock wore off.
His original Facebook post read: "Video is not clear and cut short but obvious what he's about to do. Can anyone put a name to the face??".
"Is it illegal to urinate or defecate in public?"
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Anyone who urinates or defecates in any public area, that is not a designated public toilet, is committing an offence. If caught, you can be fined up to £1,000.
You could also be hit with a charge for indecent exposure in a public place – an offence which between 400 and 500 Brits are hit with each year.
It can lead to an unlimited fine and prison term. Although prosecutions are rare.
The last time a case of outraging public decency was brought to court was in 1989 after an artist displayed earrings made of human foetuses. The case ended with a £500 fine for the artist.
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