Britain's fly-tipping epidemic has extended from cities and the countryside to the nation's waterways.
In the Canals and River Trust's appeal for help, they have revealed some of the most bizarre objects people have thrown into their local canals and rivers:
Unexploded World War 2 hand grenade
16ft dead python
Pizza delivery bike complete with soggy pizza
Guns and a bag of bullets
It costs the Canal and River Trust around £1 million each each year to clear the rubbish, funds that could be spent on improving wildlife habitats and ensuring the waterways are navigable for boaters.