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‘Clean up your dog sh*t’, scrawls resident on West Hampstead path

12:00 13 February 2014

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A blight on London’s suburban communities, dog poo is an issue always sure to draw strong words.

But one concerned resident in north London decided to take this very literal step to encourage dog-owners to clean up behind their pets.

The graffiti on Gondar Gardens in West Hampstead certainly gets the message across - even if it is close to being as offensive as the dog foul it seeks to prevent.

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