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Young couple discover three massive piles of rubbish including tree stumps dumped on their driveway

  • Perth couple have had two metres of rubble dumped on their new driveway
  • The couple, who have kept their last name anonymous, said they are devastated 
  • They planned to move into their new home soon, but will have to wait

A young couple have been left devastated after two metres of rubble was dumped on the driveway of their brand new home.

The Bayswater couple, who declined to reveal their last names, just recently purchased the property and were hoping to move in soon after tradesmen completed some additional work. 

‘It’s pushing back all our plans now. The driveway will have to get redone and it’s hard for tradies to get in and out of the house,’ Christie, one of the new home owners, told 7 News.  

 

A young Bayswater couple were left devastated after two metres of rubble was dumped on the drive way of their brand new home (pictured)

One neighbour, Marina, was able to get her phone and film one truck still on the drive way and another pulling out

One neighbour, Marina, was able to get her phone and film one truck still on the drive way and another pulling out

The mass of rubble was made up of huge blocks of concrete, metal poles, dirt and tree stumps, which also damaged the paving outside the home, stalling interior work.  

Neighbours were awoken in the early hours of the morning to see the dump trucks unloading onto the drive way.

A neighbour, Marina, was able to get her phone and film one truck still on the drive way and another pulling out.

‘It felt like this was coming from a movie. I wasn’t expecting this at all, it’s such a beautiful neighbourhood and seeing this happen just gutted me,’ she said. 

Police said they had never seen anything like it before and were continuing their investigation.

Police said they had never seen anything like it before and were continuing their investigation

Police said they had never seen anything like it before and were continuing their investigation

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