RESIDENTS have fumed at "absolutely disgusting" acts of flytipping which have been spotted on roads. 

On the We Love Stourport Past and Present Day Facebook page, social media users have been sharing photos of recent flytipping incidents. 

One post, on Saturday, May 25, shows a large pile of rubbish blocking Chadwick Lane near Hartlebury.

Facebook user Mark Anthony described it as an "absolute disgrace."

Carol Lynn Williams said: "They need to set up some hidden cameras along there."

Liam Smith added: "As a person who does waste removal for a living this is absolutely disgusting.

"No respect for the community or countryside."

Another instance of flytipping was flagged on Friday (May 31), which shows a heap of rubbish strewn across the junction of Netherton Lane and Heightington Lane near Dunley.

Reacting to the flytipping, Julie Field said: "This makes me sick."

Flytipping is the illegal dumping of rubbish or bulky items which could land offenders with a £1000 fixed penalty notice or an unlimited fine.