Dumped animal carcasses, believed to be scattered by a person hunting game, were found on the edge of Basildon Golf Course.
Environmental Health officers cleared the site on Wednesday morning, but reportedly a 30-square metre area was covered in animal carcasses and feathers.What sort...?
Mr Watts has spotted smaller collections of remains in the past, but slammed this as totally unacceptable. He said: “There has been quite a large number dumped in the last few days.
“I think it must have been going on for quite a while, we have seen the odd animal remains in the past, but this is a huge amount.
“It did look like game animals, there was definitely a large deer, what looked like goats and badgers, a pheasant and lots of birds, there were feathers everywhere.
“I am no expert, but I would say someone has been hunting game, looking at the carcasses I think they had already been butchered and then dumped.”Badgers and goats...? Are they typical targets for the mighty Basildon white hunter, then?