Slough Borough Council has warned residents about fly-tipping after a pile of clothing was left strewn outside a charity shop.

Pictures were taken when the clothes were spotted outside the charity shop in Slough Town Centre.

People dropping off items to a charity shop have been warned to save the delivery for when the shop is open so that they can be resold in good condition.

The bags that were left in front of the store had been ripped open and destroyed so that the clothes inside were 'ruined'.

Slough Borough Council said on their Facebook page: “These items are ruined and can't help raise money for the charity. Be responsible. Respect our town.”

Following this post, residents hit back at the council for the lack of bin collections in the town.