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Post by MRNOODLES on Thu Dec 29, 2016 7:01 pm

Interesting she did a bit of a Q&A session today.

What I did notice she seemed to refer to Corrie's dating site use in the past tense.  But still talked about him in the present. 

JUST MY OPINION - She knows or suspects he's gone AWOL with some girl/bloke he's met online.  The limited CCTV of him gave me the impression he was waiting for someone.
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Post by Tony Bennett on Thu Dec 29, 2016 9:44 pm

@MRNOODLES wrote:JUST MY OPINION - She knows or suspects he's gone AWOL with some girl/bloke he's met online. 

REPLY: In which case, of course, the fund-raising his mother is doing to 'find Corrie McKeague' is an out-and-out, deliberate fraud...  

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Post by Hobs on Fri Dec 30, 2016 12:37 am

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@MRNOODLES wrote:Interesting she did a bit of a Q&A session today.

What I did notice she seemed to refer to Corrie's dating site use in the past tense.  But still talked about him in the present. 

JUST MY OPINION - She knows or suspects he's gone AWOL with some girl/bloke he's met online.  The limited CCTV of him gave me the impression he was waiting for someone.
When someone dies, especially a child (regardless of age) it is not uncommon for the relatives, more so the parents and especially the mother to talk about the person in the present tense.
The mother more so due to maternal instinct.
It has been known that for weeks, months, even years,  a person will speak of a loved one in the present tense especially a mother regarding a missing child.

Mothers particularly are often the last to accept the death of a child and will naturally speak of them in the present tense.

Referring to someones previous behavior, in this case  on dating sites, in the past tense is appropriate.
It is something he was known to do.
Was it something he was still doing when he vanished?

Part of me is wondering if he went AWOL given he was in the forces.
I would ask if he was due for deployment perhaps or had recently returned  from a war zone.

I wonder also if he was under the influence and had an accident.

If he was abducted because he was in the forces then i would expect either ransom demands from the person or group, especially as the demand media attention for their cause.
If he was abducted by a terrorist organization to send a message, then i would have expected his body to have been found early on, placed so as to cause the most shock and horror or a video released with the same intent.

Since neither has occurred, i would discount terrorist abduction.

Death as a result of a crime is possible, perhaps a mugging gone wrong and the culprit has time to dispose of the body, is a possibility but then in such cases the body is left in situ as the killer seeks to distance themselves from the crime in the least amount of time due to risk of being seen/caught.

Abduction for another crime such as rape is unusual for a male, thopugh it cannot be discounted.

The most obvious reasons seem to be going AWOL for whatever reason or meeting with an accidental death, causes currently unknown.

Either way i hope his family learn what happened soon.

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Post by Tony Bennett on Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:00 pm

Corrie McKeague's Mum admits: "Corrie and his girlfriend April Oliver were 'swingers" - Sun

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2641523/corrie-mckeague-swinging-profile-revealed-raf-missing/

They were members of the 'Fab Swingers' website

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Post by kaz on Wed Jan 18, 2017 5:42 pm

The couple ( Corrie & April )  had been together for around five months after meeting on a dating site and were, according to Mrs Urquhart, both seeing other people.

What sort of person allows herself to get pregnant after seeing someone for five months and to whom she wasn't even committed ? How  irresponsible can you be? I feel sorry for the unborn baby. But then I'm old fashioned like that.

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Post by BlueBag on Thu Jan 19, 2017 8:20 am

Young people are completely messed up over sex and relationships.

They have been deliberately pushed that way by all kinds of liberal media in my opinion.
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Post by Hobs on Thu Jan 19, 2017 1:01 pm

When i heard they were swingers, my first thought was  is he the father?

Accidents happen.
Deliberate deception happens.

It certainly adds a possible motive or a reason for him to disappear and cannot be ignored.

It wouldn't be the first time that swinging has developed into something more serious with one of the couple going on to have  an affair with the 3rd party.

it certainly needs to be investigated as to  other partners involved, how long they had been swinging and with whom.

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Post by Bayonne on Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:06 pm

@BlueBag wrote:Young people are completely messed up over sex and relationships.

They have been deliberately pushed that way by all kinds of liberal media in my opinion.
@Bluebag I agree. There is a deliberate campaign going on to break morals and the family structure. 

There is something very strange about this tale of Corrie McKeague.

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Post by BlueBag on Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:38 pm

@Bayonne wrote:
There is a deliberate campaign going on to break morals and the family structure. 
Cultural Marxism.

Break all identities and loyalties.
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Post by MRNOODLES on Thu Jan 19, 2017 8:45 pm



Interesting neutral review of the case.
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Post by nomendelta on Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:45 am

Thanks for that video link. Up until now I'd only read snatches about the case and hadn't spent time looking at the whole story. I think one has to read between the lines a lot - he's an amazingly popular guy who nobody forgets after meeting him once...but his mates had a "mix up" and he was forgotten about...he goes out but then ends up all by himself wandering the streets, even falling asleep in the doorway. I get the impression of someone that might have been a but full-on - nice enough but someone best taken in small doses. It looks likely he headed to the horseshoe to meet someone - the rehab place having people in it when it shouldn't have had anyone is very suspicious. The bin lorry thing is baffling too.

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Post by MRNOODLES on Fri Jan 20, 2017 12:53 pm

My opinion is. He could not have just vanished.  If the video camera evidence is to be believed. He's left the horse-shoe in a vehicle.  

So that's either on his free will by being picked up (for whatever reason) or something happened to him connected to the rehab building and he was taken away at a later opportunity.
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Post by Tony Bennett on Sat Jan 21, 2017 9:34 am

The Daily Mail has gone to town on some of the very sordid background to Corrie McKeague's disappearance:

Thought the case of the missing RAF man couldn't get any more bizarre?

New information reveals he had a profile on a swingers site, a pregnant 'secret' girlfriend and was spotted on a gay dating app a month after his disappearance

Corrie McKeague, 23, vanished on a night out with friends in Bury St Edmunds

Last week it was revealed that April Oliver, 21, was pregnant with Corrie's child

The pair had a joint profile on a swingers site where they advertised themselves

RAF gunner was also spotted on a gay dating app a month after he disappeared

By Guy Adams for the Daily Mail
PUBLISHED: 22:00, 20 January 2017 | UPDATED: 22:02, 20 January 2017


Posing on the roof of London's Millennium Dome, they look like any other young couple enjoying a big night out. It's a Saturday evening in September, and the duo are five months into a whirlwind romance.

Having met via a dating website, they had formalised their relationship in June, in a series of images posted on the photo-sharing network Instagram. One showed them cuddling in bed, with the 23-year-old man (who'd just departed for a fortnight's summer holiday) playfully grabbing his scantily-clad, 21-year-old companion by the neck.

'My man and I having cuddles before he left,' she wrote. 'It's going to be a tough two weeks without him. I love you baby xxx.' Another image showed the lovers holding hands, fingers intertwined, while the young man's pet puppy, a black cross-breed called Louell, rested his chin on her naked thigh: '#mummydaddyandbaby #familylife #myboys' read her caption.

Posing on the roof of London's Millennium Dome, Corrie McKeague and his girlfriend April Oliver look like any other young couple enjoying a big night out

Yet a long shadow has now been cast over these scenes of domestic bliss.

For the man in the pictures is Corrie McKeague, the RAF serviceman at the centre of perhaps the most bizarre manhunt in recent years.

He disappeared six days after the romantic weekend break in London, during a night out in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, in which he wore the same pink shirt and white jeans. He drove there in his blue BMW convertible, which he left in a pay-and-display car park.

The night saw him visit two bars, before being asked to leave a nightclub by bouncers because he'd 'consumed enough alcohol'.

He then visited a takeaway, before falling asleep for two hours in a shop doorway. Then, at 3.25am, he was recorded on CCTV film walking into a loading bay behind a branch of Gregg's.

Soon afterwards, in a town dotted with security cameras, McKeague vanished. He's not been seen since.

Detectives are baffled, saying the chances of him managing to slip out of the centre of the cathedral town without being caught on camera are as low as one or two per cent.

A huge PR campaign, run by his family, and with thousands of supporters on social media, has failed to shed any light on the mystery. Adding to the intrigue, meanwhile, are recent revelations about McKeague's relationship with his 21-year-old lover, April Oliver.

Despite extensive media coverage of McKeague's disappearance, her existence was kept quiet for months.

Her profile was mysteriously removed from the RAF man's social media accounts, while his family described him as 'happily single'.

Having met via a dating website, they had formalised their relationship in June, in a series of images posted on the photo-sharing network Instagram

That all suddenly changed on January 10, when Oliver gave a TV interview making the shock announcement that they were not just a couple, but that she was pregnant with his child.

The plot then thickened considerably on Thursday when it also emerged that both Oliver and McKeague had for some time been living an astonishing double life, trawling the internet looking for casual sex with strangers.

McKeague had been active on a website called Fab Swingers since 2014, when he'd created a profile saying he wanted to arrange anonymous liaisons with straight and lesbian couples and single women aged between 18 and 60.

The site listed among his interests 'blindfolds', 'making videos', 'group sex' and 'SM [sadomasochism]'.

He then set up a second, joint account with Oliver in August, declaring, 'We are a young couple but we know what we want' and listing a string of depraved sex acts they wished to carry out with random men and women. Their profile carried a photo of a woman wearing lingerie.

Its existence was reported in the Mail after the RAF man's mother, Nicola Urquhart, revealed details in a statement on a Facebook page dedicated to his disappearance called 'Find Corrie'.

Around the same time, McKeague's brother, Darroch, described the 'dating sites' as 'just irrelevant' to his disappearance.

However, the police appear to take a different view, saying that McKeague's use of Fab Swingers is now 'part of our investigation'. It emerged yesterday that they are interviewing contacts the couple made on the site.

That is not surprising, given the inherently dangerous nature of the sexual encounters that McKeague appears to have pursued.

A typical one is chronicled in an endorsement carried on his page on Fab Swingers, which is illustrated with a topless photo of the RAF man next to the caption 'hello all, come say hi'. Dated April 15, 2016 (when he was supposedly dating Oliver), it was written by a 28-year-old woman from Cambridge using the moniker 'pinupchick88' who describes herself as 'quite brutal'.

She recalled their encounter by saying that McKeague 'turned up looking and smelling amazing, didn't take long for me to take his clothes off, and he didn't disappoint!'

McKeague then posted a review on her page saying 'met this lovely lady yesterday, she was straight down to business' before graphically describing a series of unconventional sex practices.

P olice are now investigating about 20 other 'friends' whom he knew via the website, including eight women, four transsexuals or transvestites, two men and six couples. Of particular interest is believed to be 'Oriental-transvestite', a user of Fab Swingers who claims to live in East London, not far from the Millennium Dome.

McKeague's unconventional sex life has prompted speculation that his disappearance could be linked to a casual liaison on the night he vanished. Such an encounter could either have occurred in Bury St Edmunds, or somewhere he travelled after possibly being picked up in a car.

His mobile telephone was traced to a spot near Barton Mills, a village 12 miles north-west of the town (and a well-known location where strangers meet for alfresco sex), in the early hours of that morning.

It was moving at a speed consistent to being in a vehicle, though stopped transmitting at around 8am, suggesting that it either ran out of batteries or was destroyed.

Detectives are also looking at claims that McKeague was active on Grindr, an app used by gay men for casual hook-ups. It made headlines during last year's trial of serial killer Stephen Port, who drugged and murdered four men he met on the site.

Missing Corrie McKeague, who has not been seen since disappearing in September last year

In October, a month after his disappearance, a member of the public exchanged messages with a user of Grindr called 'BiLad21' who had what appeared to be a previously unpublished image of McKeague as his profile picture.

Screenshots of the account, set up two years earlier, were reported to the police shortly afterwards. It remains unclear if the picture or the page was genuine.

McKeague's family deny speculation that he might be gay, and his Fab Swingers profile described him as 'straight'.

The date of the alleged Grindr sighting has nonetheless prompted another explanation for McKeague's disappearance: that he might be alive and well, having decided for some reason to deliberately vanish.

On September 28, just three days after going missing, his uncle, Tony Wringe, pleaded for information on Fill Your Boots, a Facebook chatroom for the Armed Forces.

It read: 'Corrie is my nephew and the family are genuinely worried now. He was out on the p*** in Bury on Friday night and hasn't been seen since. He's been suffering with depression recently — so who knows . . .'

The post was shared by 1,600 people. However, it was deleted from the site a couple of months later, without any explanation.

Military sources confirm that McKeague, who joined the RAF in October 2013 and served as a gunner in the RAF Regiment, had been given time off to be treated for mental health problems. Yet they say that treatment took place some time ago and he was 'jovial as far as we are aware'.

McKeague's mother, meanwhile, has denied her son was at all emotionally troubled, writing on Facebook this week: 'Quite a few people have asked if Corrie was suffering from depression and or mental health issues. NO he wasn't.'

That post has also since been deleted.

This curious episode highlights another strange feature of the manhunt — just how many of the public statements made since McKeague vanished appear to have subsequently been either contradicted or quietly removed.

Take, for example, whether he might have come to grief while attempting to drunkenly walk home to RAF Honington, the base where he lived about eight miles away. Initially, this was seen as the most credible explanation for his disappearance.

On September 28, Suffolk police said: 'He's known to go on nights out with his friends and make his way back to wherever he's based on foot. Our belief is that he's attempted to walk from Bury to RAF Honington.' Five days later, they repeated this line.

McKeague's mother initially appeared to agree. In mid-October, she was reported to have said: 'He did not regularly walk the long distance back to his base, but had done so in the past.'

However, on November 8, she posted on Facebook: 'Corrie has NEVER walked back from Bury to Honington.'

Similar apparent inconsistencies — assuming she was accurately quoted by the newspaper — are also evident in public comments she's made regarding her son's love life.

In October, she described him as 'very happily single', but then reacted to reports of his relationship with April Oliver in another (subsequently deleted) Facebook post, saying they were in a casual relationship: 'Corrie and April were on dating sites, they are young and were enjoying themselves. They were both seeing other people, this has not been hidden.'

Details of Corrie McKeague's swingers profile have been revealed after his mother confirmed the RAF gunner and his 21-year-old girlfriend were members of the Fab Swingers website

The joint profile appears to describe Corrie as Big C and his partner as little C as well as their personal details interests

Quite how those remarks can be squared with Oliver's varied social media posts (which describe McKeague as her 'boyfriend' and date back to June) is anyone's guess.

This week, McKeague's mother also wrote a post on Facebook (again later deleted) discussing Oliver's decision to go public about her pregnancy.

'Last week, April had to publicly tell the world about her private life, something we all tried to keep private for both her and their baby, predominately at April's insistence . . . Sadly others would not leave her alone . . . She was really left with no choice as it was coming out anyway.'

Again, that version of events seems at odds with other comments.

For on December 21, when McKeague's mother said that the intention was to keep Oliver's pregnancy 'private', the latter had publicly announced it on Instagram, with a picture of her belly along with the caption: 'Little blob I love you xxx.'

Meanwhile, there have been a series of fallings-out between McKeague's family and Suffolk police. They stretch back to early December, when his mother (who works as a police liaison officer in her native Scotland) told the BBC that officers were failing to investigate his disappearance properly.

The family has since raised more than £50,000 via a crowd-funding website to pay private investigators to look into the case.

They are believed to now be scouring McKeague's social media accounts, plus his profiles on dating sites. It emerged on Wednesday that his Fab Swingers page had been active last weekend, leading to speculation that he was alive — only for police to establish that the account was in fact being accessed by his family.

Of course, the disappearance of a loved one is understandably stressful, and some erratic behaviour is perhaps to be expected by those close to McKeague.

Equally, his family can be forgiven for attempting to protect his privacy. But five months after he vanished, there remain important unanswered questions.

Why, for example, have none of the friends who, it was said, he was out with on the night he vanished been named or spoken publicly?

Why have no RAF colleagues discussed their missing comrade, or made pleas for information?

Why, if he intended to go on a drunken late night out, did McKeague park his BMW in a pay-and-display car park where he'd have to collect it by 9am the following day — rather than find a free parking space a short walk away?

Above all, why are so many astonishing revelations continuing to emerge?

For with every new detail we uncover, the less the disappearance of Corrie McKeague appears to make sense.



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Meanwhile, someone on Reddit has posted what looks like a very credible theory to explain his disappearance:

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Yes. I wonder what the times are on the photo of the man cycling down the road and the one of the man talking to the taxi driver.
If the bike is Corrie's then is it possible that if he has gone AWOL that the person cycling bike is on his way to drop Corrie's bike off at the Horseshoe with a change of clothing...
He drops bike off, Corrie goes into HS, gets changed, then cycles away.
Perhaps his choice of very light clothing was intentional to draw attention of anyone looking on CCTV to focus on that and NOT on the darkly clothed people who are seen.
Then it's off to Barton Mills... chucks phone away, meets third party then he's away.
All arranged on WhatsApp so encrypted at each end.

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Post by MRNOODLES on Sat Jan 21, 2017 1:23 pm

The above theory is easily checked out if CCTV does or does not pick up a cyclist leaving the HS between said times.
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Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:36 pm




This is Corrie's mum looking for her 23 year old son today with a group of volunteer searchers.







This is Maddie's mum and dad looking for their 3 year old daughter.
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Post by BlueBag on Mon Jan 23, 2017 7:56 am

Thanks for drawing my attention to this fascinating case.

A real mystery.

I thought the phone was in the bin according to the video by the American guy.

But now I read elsewhere that it might have been in another vehicle. 

He obviously left the area in a concealed way and most probably in a vehicle.
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Post by nomendelta on Mon Jan 23, 2017 8:38 am

I've been reading up on this case and it bears a simlarity to the McCann case - it seems to me that the mother is trying to direct the press in the same way and there's a lot of information which is being suppressed about the case. Lot's of nastiness on the facebook group should anyone mention Corrie's darker side.

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Post by Mirage on Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:14 am

BREAKING NEWS: Police searching for missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague arrest man, 26, suspected of trying to pervert course of justice.

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olice have arrested a man on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice as part of the search for missing airman Corrie McKeague.

The 26-year-old suspect was detained by Suffolk police officers this morning, more than five months after Mr McKeague disappeared following a night out in Bury St Edmunds.

It is understood the arrested man is not the driver of the bin lorry which collected refuse from the area where the airman was last seen.

Mr McKeague, 23, has been missing since September last year after a night out in Bury St Edmunds.

Despite extensive searches of surrounding areas no trace of him has been found.

Police have been sifting through thousands of tons of rubbish at a dump in Milton near Cambridge.

Investigators made the link to the landfill after a bin lorry made a collection in the area where Mr McKeague was last seen.

Mr McKeague was last seen walking through Bury St Edmunds after a night out in September +3
Mr McKeague was last seen walking through Bury St Edmunds after a night out in September

Police have today released footage of two people spotted in the area where Mr McKeague was last seen.

Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said: 'We are continuing to make progress on the investigation and we will be starting the landfill site search as soon as the preparatory work is complete.

'We have been carrying out a lot of enquiries behind the scenes and our work continues to find the truth about what happened to Corrie.'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4270896/Man-arrested-Corrie-McKeague-search.html

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Post by BlueBag on Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:34 am

Seems like the mystery is close to being solved.

It looks like he was in the bin.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-39200319

The dispute over the weight of the bin lorry - which led to the arrest of a 26-year-old man - was the result of a "genuine mistake", Det Supt Elliott said.

And that is the only scenario that makes any sense to me.

Not sure about "genuine mistake" though and neither are the police by the looks.
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Post by nomendelta on Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:58 am

The problem with the bins - first we were told about the weight check precluding Corrie being in the bin and now that seems completely wrong. However, it still leaves the sorting. The waste is supposed to be checked to ensure that paper goes to the recycling centre etc...that has been the second factor which precluded the possibility of the bins being how Corrie's was disposed of and which, on the face of it, would seem to point at culpability in part of whoever drove whichever bin lorry he ended up in.

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Post by BlueBag on Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:04 am

I think a lot of "recycling" goes straight to landfill.

I've always thought there is a bit of a scam going on there.

http://www.meltontimes.co.uk/news/public-waste-goes-straight-to-landfill-1-479377/amp
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Post by Tony Bennett on Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:32 am

@BlueBag wrote:Seems like the mystery is close to being solved.

It looks like he was in the bin.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-39200319

The dispute over the weight of the bin lorry - which led to the arrest of a 26-year-old man - was the result of a "genuine mistake", Det Supt Elliott said.

And that is the only scenario that makes any sense to me.

Not sure about "genuine mistake" though and neither are the police by the looks.
I think your verdict may be premature @ BlueBag.

From the other media reports, we are told that the bin-man recorded the weight of the refuse as 11kg, whereas they are now saying it was actually 110kg, a difference of 99kg.

11kg is basically less than 2 stone - the weight of a 2-3-year-old child, or two sacks of 5kg potatoes etc. One can't seriously imagine a bin going to landfill with just 11kg in it.

It looks to me as though the bin-man has made a simple error and entered 11kg instead of 110kg. This would completely explain why the man was arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and then released. He made a simple mistake, that's all.

It would not be the first error to be caused by the metric system. Recently in a caffeine experiment, students were given 100 times more caffeine than they should have been, due to someone putting the decimal point in the wrong place. Several of them nearly died. Many deaths have been caused by the same problem, nurses or doctors putting a decimal point in the wrong place. Much fewer errors occurred in the days when we weighed small amounts in scruples.

The Corrie McKeague mystery remains as deep as it did yesterday.

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Post by BlueBag on Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:56 am

The Corrie McKeague mystery remains as deep as it did yesterday.


With respect.. no it doesn't.

110 kg is the about right for the waste and the weight of an adult.

I hope they are using dogs at the landfill.

That will be interesting.


One can't seriously imagine a bin going to landfill with just 11kg in it.
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If it was empty cardboard boxes or even not full it would, The bins are collected full or partially full. It's no skin off the binmans nose.
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