‘Serial pooper’ caught on camera defecating in food waste bin in front of couple’s house


An alleged ‘serial pooper’ has been caught on camera defecating in a food waste bin in front of a couple’s house.

On the morning of July 19, Steve Lee, 30, was at home at the terraced house in Connaught Road, West Ealing, which he shares with with his girlfriend Alys Peapod when he got a text to call her urgently.

Steve thought she wanted to talk because she had run out of petrol but was disgusted to find the real reason.

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He told My London: “What Alys said to me was that ‘someone has taken a dump on our doorstep’.

“I thought ‘no, you’re joking’ so I went and checked outside and then the camera we have on our doorstep.

“I don’t think the woman noticed the camera because you can’t see it from outside the house.

“I’ve watched this woman with a shaved head take our neighbour’s green bin, walk down our path to our door and set the bin up.

“She squatted there for three or four minutes. She opened the bin like a toilet seat and left it open resting on our door.”

In footage captured by the couple’s Ring Video Doorbell camera at around 6.15am, the woman, with a shaven head and wearing an over-sized grey and fluorescent yellow t-shirt, can be seen squatting down and reportedly defecating.

After a few minutes she apparently walks off, leaving the open food waste caddy behind her.

Steve said: “How is that normal? I might even lob the bin at her if I see her again. It’s just crazy.

“It’s just the most outrageous thing I’ve ever seen. She even puts her bag against the wall before she starts and takes off her hat.

The woman even removes her cap and puts her handbag on the wall before squatting down

“Half way through she gets up and then sits back down again. I just thought, is this woman for real?”

And it’s not the first time the woman has reportedly done her business in front of people’s houses in the area, according to Steve.

He said: ”It started about three months ago when my neighbours made us aware they saw a woman defecating in their green compost bin in their front garden.

“At first I didn’t believe them but after he assured me it was true I thought that is absolutely rank. My girlfriend had gone off the rails about how disgusting it was.

“I sent the video to our neighbours and straight away they said ‘yes, that’s her’. I called the police but they have proper crime to solve, not just people pooping in bins.

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“It was about quarter past six in the morning. My plan is to wait outside the house at six in the morning and see if I can catch her.

“I don’t get it, she’s just nicking people’s little green compost bins and taking a dump in them.”

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said officers were called at just before 11.15am on July 19 “regarding an allegation of criminal damage outside a residential property in Connaught Road, W13.”

The statement continued: “It was reported that a woman had defecated on the front step of the property.

“There have been no arrests.”

If you have any information contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers via https://crimestoppers-uk.org

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