A WOMAN from Efford has been left fuming at an unknown dog walker who keeps leaving dog mess around the main car park used by residents who live in Kennet Close.
The mother claimed, over the past month, it has been a "nightmare" with the amount of dog poo not being picked up by the "lazy owner".
Toya Pollard says that she is having to pay for her home and car to be cleaned professionally as a result of her three young children stepping in the dog mess on almost a daily basis.
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