The amusing sight of the council employee cheered Amanda Parker who was amused by the scene which greeted her which ‘made her day’ and entertained her six-year-old daughter
Image: Amanda Parker)
A mum needed to seize a digicam after recognizing a binman’s curious costume on a depressing morning.
Amanda Parker, 46, who lives along with her six-year-old daughter in Speke, Liverpool, was amused by the scene which greeted her.
She heard the bin lorry clattering by way of the shut and, looking her window, what she noticed “made her day”.
Amanda informed the Liverpool Echo : “I heard the binmen outside and just looked out the window and I saw him and I couldn’t stop laughing. I had to get my phone quick and took a couple of pictures.”
Photos taken by Amanda present the council employee sporting a clown’s multi colored curly wig and spongy crimson nostril.
She mentioned: “He was just waving at people and giving them a thumbs up, and waving at the kids.
“He was completely good, truthfully. It was a garbage chilly morning, depressing, and there he’s Tuesday morning filled with the thrill of spring. It did not half make me snicker.
“The kids on the close who saw him absolutely loved him. He’s boss, he deserves an award.”
Amanda continued: “It was a massive contrast because I lived in Birmingham for 23 years, even though Liverpool is my home city and just before I left in 2018, they’d had a bin strike for three months so there was no bin men at all.
“And once they did flip up they had been depressing as something.”
Amanda’s photograph of the comical binman was posted up on a Speke Facebook group and obtained over 200 likes.
One girl replied: “Aww he done this last week as well, we all loved it x”.
Another posted: “He honestly made my day”.
Amanda added: “I’d not seen him like that before but quite a few people have said he was like that the week before as well. He’s going to make himself famous isn’t he?
“My neighbour’s youngsters noticed him, a few doorways down, they usually had been simply made up and he was waving at them. They had been satisfied.”