Man caught weeing in fountain chased out of front garden by furious homeowner

A man was having a wee into a garden fountain only to be sent running when the furious homeowner caught him red-handed.

Doorbell cam footage recorded in Liverpool shows a man casually walk into a front garden and unzip his trousers.

He then starts to urinate into the fancy water feature at the property in The Dales area of Wavertree, ECHO reports.

The furious resident spots what is going on and runs out of his house and chases the culprit down the street in the bizarre incident at around 12.50 am on Monday (October 4).

Asking to remain anonymous, the homeowner told the ECHO him and other people living in Langdale Road have "had enough".

He said: "I have the doorbell camera set up and I could see a group of them walking down the street, they seemed to be shouting back towards one of them, so I panned around and he was in my front garden.

"I could see he was urinating into my fountain, so I ran out and chased him up the road – they all disappeared into a house on the next street."

"I was absolutely outraged, this is criminal damage as far as I am concerned and we want him to be punished," he added.

The man seeing in the fountains comes after a spate of reports of antisocial behaviour in that part of Wavertree.

Inspector David Uren said: "We know how distressing such unacceptable incidents of anti-social behaviour are for our community and we have stepped up high visibility patrols in the Wavertree area in response.

“Such behaviour will simply not be tolerated by Merseyside Police and we will work to find those responsible and bring them to justice.

"If you were in the Langdale Road area and saw anything suspicious in the early hours of this morning or over the weekend then please let us know."

Anyone who witnessed either incident or has any information is asked to contact us with log 28 of 04/10 or log 131 of 02/10 via @MerPolCC on Twitter, ‘Merseyside Police Contact Centre’ on Facebook.

You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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