‘Careless and irresponsible’ fly-tippers blocked a road south of Reading in 'the worst case ever seen'.

No evidence of the culprit could be found among the Minnie Mouse toys, paint and a computers dumped in Bull Lane, Riseley, sometime before 5.30pm on July 26.

The waste took three days to clear, with Wokingham Borough Council completing their operation on July 29.

“This has got to be one of the worst case of fly tipping I have ever seen,” said William Layne, who photographed the mess.

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The council are appealing for information, including dashcam footage, relating to the incident.

A spokesperson for Wokingham Borough Council said: "Fly-tipping is unacceptable and the dumping of this waste is careless and irresponsible.

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“The council has a zero-tolerance approach to fly-tipping and we investigate all incidents.

Thankfully, one of our Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Officers discovered this fly-tip whilst carrying out inspections in the area and reported it immediately as a service request to clear.

“The officer spent time looking through the fly-tipped waste for evidence but unfortunately no evidence was found to trace the waste back to anyone.”

Anyone with information can report it to the anti-social behaviour team via asb@wokingham.gov.uk.