Angry walkers photographed the group of five adults leaving crates of beer, plastic bags and rubbish behind at Plymbridge Woods in Plymouth
A ‘mouthy’ family with a baby in a pushchair were filmed leaving a pile of rubbish at a popular beauty spot.
Angry walkers photographed the group of five adults leaving crates of beer, plastic bags and rubbish behind at Plymbridge Woods.
One horrified onlooker filmed the gang as they wandered around the National Trust woodland over the Easter Bank Holiday, reports Plymouth Live .
Another dog walker who witnessed the group over the long weekend said: “There was five drunk louts with their Staffie.
“One got mouthy when I videoed my dog with them in the background. It was more on a scale of fly tipping than littering.”
Unfortunately they were spot on with the stereotypical version.
Young men with a Staffie in tow with all the brass dog lead, smoking, tattoos and every other word a swear word, joking about leaving the litter while walking along dropping more crisp bags.
“But with a woman and baby as well.”
In one image the baby appears to be being carried in a harness by a male member of the group.
The man said the incident has been reported to the National Trust.