Married Mrs King, who is in her early 40s, flatly contradicts Mrs Baird's claim she asked the station cleaner to clear up the mess. She believes the law chief should have been fined on the spot.Ordinary member of the public:
It is an offence if an owner doesn't immediately clean up after their dog has fouled land to which the public has access.
Mrs King is also furious the MP had 'no respect for the law' and instead of demanding an apology from a police community support officer who intervened, she should apologise to him and her.
A dog owner has been fined £350 for not picking up after his pet when it fouled a children’s play area in Gravesend.
Dartford magistrates were told how James Davis, of St Marks Avenue, Northfleet, was seen by a PCSO as he allowed his dog to foul the play area in Freeman Road.
Davis failed to clear it up and then walked away despite being asked by the PCSO to pick up his dog’s mess.
Davis was found guilty of not picking up after his dog. In addition to the fine he was ordered to pay £150 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.