A Scottish buffalo farmer has been targeted by fly-tippers for the second consecutive week.
Steve Mitchell, proprietor of the Buffalo Farm in Auchtertool, said it is “frustrating that someone thinks that this is acceptable”.
The video, which he posted live on Facebook yesterday morning (Tuesday, October 27th), has gained over 300,000 views.
Angered by the actions, he has warned that if he identifies the culprit, he will “turn up with a lorry load of buffalo dung and put it in your shop”.
“I am not going to bother with the police or with the council I am bringing a load of buffalo dung and tipping it in your shop. It is so unnecessary.”
He thanked Fife Council for being proactive and offering support when a similar incident occurred last week.
‘I will name and shame your shop’
“There is a wee surprise coming for those who did this. I promise to keep my threat that there is a tractor and trailer coming to tip a load of dung at your shop front.” the angered farmer stressed.
“I don’t care what the consequences are because you clearly have no respect for other people in the community, countryside or wildlife.”
“It is totally unnecessary; you could recycle 90% of what is in this. It is sheer laziness, and I will name and shame your shop.”
“If this is your rubbish, be really ashamed of yourself. I will be looking through this extremely thoroughly to find an address.”