DailyTelegraph.com.au – A high-profile former television presenter has been accused of dumping household rubbish on a Lilyfield building site.
The personality, no stranger to controversy and a known hoarder, was seen filling up a skip on the site on Tuesday night, the site manager informed Confidential yesterday afternoon.
Rob Shearer, frustrated by the amount of rubbish tipped into his skip – an offence which carries with it a fine – has been monitoring the skip in the hope of catching up with the offending dumper.
As the site manager on the Balmain Rd construction job, Shearer called Confidential to complain about the woman, whose identity he revealed to this column but which for legal reasons we cannot publish.
Shearer said a Lilyfield local spied the woman dumping “seven or eight” boxes of rubbish on the site.
“I’ve had it up to the teeth with someone dumping their rubbish on our building site,” said Shearer. “So we have been keeping our eyes peeled and when we had a report on Wednesday that it was (name withheld), we had a look at the rubbish.”
The newly added skip contents included a child’s blackboard with a poem written on it, tickets to a Dodgers v Florida baseball game in the US, the packaging from a television set, more children’s toys and, remarkably enough, an actual photograph of the television personality out partying.
Our attempts to speak to the personality were unsuccessful yesterday.
The poetry on the board may offer a clue to the person’s identity.
It read: Night lifted her skirt and showed me all of her tomorrows and as she blinked I placed a wish for (name removed) in the crease of her thigh.
So, who do you think the mysterious dumper is?