David McCourt, 33, was awarded a community payback order with 80 hours of unpaid work and was ordered to pay £ 300 in May 2020 if convicted in Dumbarton Sheriff’s Court of Environmental Violation.
The court heard
The cottage owner had experienced previous issues with fly tipping and contacted East Dunbartonshire. Council.
CCTV footage shows McCourt pulling into a white rental van and tapping on the rear registration plate before throwing the material over the grass.
Fiona Caldwell, Procurator Fiscal, Wildlife and Environment, said: “Flying is a real and legitimate concern for the public.
“David McCourt’s deliberate and criminal action shows a lack of consideration for the environment.
“There is no excuse for dumping garbage illegally and those who choose to join will be held accountable for their actions.”