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Neighbours’ fury as ‘disgusting’ cyclists urinate on road in shocking image

Fury as ‘disgusting’ cyclists ‘who think they own the road’ repeatedly queue up to urinate on a tree in full view of horrified children

  • Car salesman Romeo Busuttil caught cyclists repeatedly urinating at roadside
  • Took a picture showing men queuing outside his house in Bonbeach, Melbourne
  • ‘They make no attempt to hide in the bushes, it’s a disgusting habit,’ he said 

Clad in skin-tight fluorescent Lycra, full-grown men queue up on the side of a residential street to take turns relieving themselves on a tree in full view of children.

They were caught on camera by furious car salesman Romeo Busuttil who lives over the road in Bonbeach, south-east Melbourne.

Mr Busuttil said the men urinate on the same tree every weekend and every public holiday in full view of his horrified children, aged seven and ten.

This cyclist was caught on camera by furious car salesman Romeo Busuttil who lives over the road in Bonbeach, Melbourne

‘We can clearly see them from the lounge room – streams of their urine cascade down the road towards our house,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.

‘They make no attempt to hide in the bushes – and there’s a public loo just 100 metres away. It’s a disgusting habit and they’re so lazy.’ 

Mr Busuttil said his children were ‘grossed out’ by the cyclists.

He said he has yelled at them to stop several times.

At one point, a member of a cycle club apologised to him on behalf one of its members he caught urinating – but he said the culprit never said sorry. 

Mr Busuttil also said he can often hear the cyclists arguing with motorists outside his house.

‘They think they own the road,’ he said.

Mr Busuttil vowed to continue to publicly shame the cyclists until they stop.

Clad in skin-tight fluorescent Lycra, full-grown men queue up on the side of a residential street to take turns relieving themselves on a tree in full view of children

Clad in skin-tight fluorescent Lycra, full-grown men queue up on the side of a residential street to take turns relieving themselves on a tree in full view of children 

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