A MOUNTAIN of old 'kitchen' furniture has been dumped along a footpath.

Residents have spoken of their anger and fury at the fly-tipping which has been left in Roman Ride, Crowthorne.

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Karen McCormick has slammed the illegal fly-tippers for making the footpath 'totally impassible'.

She reported the offence to Bracknell Forest Council this morning and believes the waste has been removed since.

The broken bits of wood and plaster board appears to have been dumped overnight.

Many people posted their reactions on social media, calling for the fly-tippers to be identified for their actions.

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One person said: "Disgusting...wonder what drove them to this action. Is is laziness and disrespect or difficulty to drop off at a tip?"

Flytipping is the illegal dumping of any waste or rubbish on public land or sites which are unauthorised to accept waste.

The Public Protection Partnership based in West Berkshire deals with fly-tipping offences across the borough.

The PPP has been contacted for further comment.