PCYC manager Mark Madden with the freezer full of rotten fish. Photo: John Gass / Daily News
PCYC manager Mark Madden with the freezer full of rotten fish. Photo: John Gass / Daily News John Gass

Something fishy about dumped freezer

PCYC manager Mark Madden got a rude shock yesterday while walking with Geoff Provest outside the PCYC building.

A dumped freezer filled with rotting fish carcass greeted their eyes, and noses.

The morning started off well with Mr Provest there to formalize a grant through the Community Builder's Fund.

While walking along the building they happen to notice a corroded small crest freezer.

After opening the lid and getting a whiff they nearly knocked themselves out.

"It's really disappointing that some low life would think it appropriate to dump a freezer full of rotten fish at the PCYC," Mr Madden said.

"As if we don't have enough to do looking after kids in our community."

Mr Madden will have to dump the unwanted rubbish to the local tip at PCYC's expense.



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