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Disabled Hull Man's Anger At 'Uncompassionate' Binmen

Thursday 23 August 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Hull Daily Mail:

 

Alan Ganly
Alan has complained to the council
after the conduct of its binmen.
(Image: Richard Addison)
 

Disabled Hull man's anger at 'uncompassionate' binmen

An embarrassed Alan Ganly, 31, says he was left with heart palpitations after having to move bins left blocking a path leading up to his home in the Avenues

By Alex Grove
19 August 2018
© 2018 Local World

A disabled man has criticised “uncompassionate” binmen after he was left with heart palpitations while trying to move bins which blocked a pathway leading up to his home.

Alan Ganly, who lives in a block of flats off Pearson Park near Princes Avenue, was left “humiliated” after he had to move three refuse bins left following a collection earlier this week.

The 31-year-old, who is going through gender reassignment surgery after being born Aimee, suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome.

He says the condition causes him “agony” and he was left furious after discovering the bins had been left on a pathway again by binmen, prompting him to complain to Hull City Council.

Alan said: “It is really bad because with my condition I could end up being confined to a wheelchair or a scooter and this is the third time they’ve blocked the path.”

 

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