Two rogue traders who fly tipped huge amounts of rubbish across Kent have been sentenced to 8 years in prison.
Billy Smith, 28, and James Rice, 35, blocked country lanes and blighted beauty spots with waste including rubble, old doors and a washing machine in areas including Knockholt, Westerham and Sevenoaks.
Both men were sentenced to four years in jail at Maidstone Crown Court, having pleaded guilty to 6 counts of causing a danger to road users.
During one of the incidents a witness reported seeing the men hurl bags containing rubble from their LDV tipper truck onto the carriageway in Brasted.
They were also seen dumping rubbish on roads in Sevenoaks and Knockholt, leaving them completely blocked with waste before driving away.
The pair were arrested by Kent Police on 9 September following an investigation.