Binman is accused of racism by irate resident for following policy & not picking up rubbish from the road – and is abused even after he kindly takes it anyway

Guess what sort of irate resident…

  • jayme

    Perpetually angry and victimized, f#ck ’em. As Danish psychologist Nicolai Sennels has pointed out, in muslim societies, uncontrolled anger is a seen as a sign of strength whereas in Western society, we typically view it as the reverse, and an indication that a person lacks self control and self discipline. But if one wishes to score points in muslim society, do a lot of pointless screaming – they’ll respect that.

    • Brett McS

      Obviously Muslim societies don’t have the saying “Beware the fury of a patient man”. They may find out about it though, as they have many times in the past, without, however, ever learning from the experience.

  • andycanuck

    Gee, Binman sounds like a Jewish name. Hmm.

  • andycanuck

    BTW, “binman” translates into “garbageman” for those hitting the comments before reading the link. :^)

    • DaninVan

      Excuse ME! That’d be Sanitation Engineer, and lets have no more of that demeaning type of talk… 😉

      I thought the Brits called them ‘Dustmen’?

      • andycanuck

        In all my years (since, say, 1970) of watching British TV shows and movies including the “Up The” and the “Carry On” comedic ones I don’t think I’ve ever heard ‘binman’ even though I’ve heard ‘bins’ for ‘garbage cans’ (or ‘dustbins’).

  • mobuyus

    Why wasn’t this islamofascist hauled away with the other trash?

  • Literally Hitler

    Asian huh?

  • Maurice Miner

    In civilised societies, the “binman” remains in the comfort of the cab.

    Naturally, anything left outside the bin is not collected, and would probably lead to a public nuisance fine if you persisted.

  • The Deplorable Rosenmops

    Comments from Daily Mail:

    “he needs 2 weeks holiday back in his homeland does pajama man”

    “Got a lot of bottle, walking around the street in his nightey.”