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Motorhome drivers and caravanners urged to show respect for Highland environment after toilet dumped on the A9 roadside


By Philip Murray

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This toilet was found abandoned near Ousdale Broch.
This toilet was found abandoned near Ousdale Broch.

MOTORHOME drivers have again been urged not to flytip after another incident involving a chemical toilet – this time near a Highland broch.

The Caithness Broch Project took to Twitter to make the plea after spotting the abandoned toilet on the roadside near Ousdale Broch, roughly three-and-a-half miles north-east of Helmsdale and close to the Caithness-Sutherland border.

They said: "I dread to think how bad this motorhome must have smelled by the time they had to dump their entire toilet at Ousdale Broch.

"It goes without saying, please don't do this or flytip, but I guess the people who do this wouldn't heed this advice anyway."

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