PUBLISHED: 18:47 19 May 2019 John Elworthy One of three photos taken by A Wisbech resident of the human excrement and other mess left in the entrance to St Peter’s Church Hall, Wisbech. We have decided not to publish the other two photos, identifying the volunteer church worker, on her hands and knees removing the mess. Picturel; A WHEENDON Archant Hundreds posted in support of action to halt drunken behaviour and urinating in passage ways or in public places in Wisbech. The latest controversy was sparked with photos posted to a social media forum of a woman forced to clean up a church hallway entrance ahead of a fund raising fair. “OK a question?” said the man who posted the images. “Is it right for a member of the public to have to get down on her knees and scrub human s*** off the walls and floor at the door of St Peter’s church hall? “The toilets are just round the corner and even the bushes would be better than this.”It provoked a massive response with many agreeing with this post that claimed “Wisbech is getting worse for people using it as a giant toilet; disgusting”The woman who wrote it… Read full this story
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