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Horrific images show severed ANIMAL LEGS among fly-tipped rubbish in Manchester alleyway

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Shocking images have emerged of two animal legs among boxes and bags of rubbish dumped in an alleyway. The horrific scene was uncovered in Levenshulme, south Manchester, earlier today (March 3).

Photographs shared with the Manchester Evening News show the fly-tipped waste in an alleyway off Chapel Street, between properties on Broom Lane and Garfield Avenue.

The grim images show several filled bin bags lining part of the alleyway, alongside boxes, wood and other dumped materials. Alongside the bags, two severed animal legs can be seen on the ground.

Manchester City Council confirmed the fly-tipping incident has been reported to town hall officials today. READ MORE: The weird and wonderful rubbish found in Manchester canal as it gets a much-needed clean-up Coun Lee-Ann Igbon, executive member for vibrant neighbourhoods, said: "Fly-tipping is unsightly, unhygienic and completely unfair to local residents who dispose of their waste properly, but are left to live in the rubbish left by a selfish minority.

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