The latest round of litter louts fined for fly-tipping in Croydon have been named.

At a hearing on May 22 at Croydon Magistrates’ Court, Pascaline Djiemegwo, 32, of Princess Road in Selhurst, was ordered to pay £834 for littering a blue bag of household waste onto a public footpath in the road she lived on.

At a hearing at the same court seven days prior, Lovia Bonsu, of Brigstock Road in Thornton Heath, was ordered to pay a total of £400 for littering two black sacks and cardboard boxes in Raymead Passage.

Councillor Stuart Collins, deputy leader and cabinet member for clean and green Croydon, said: “Everyone in the borough has a responsibility towards both the environment and their neighbours to dispose of their rubbish properly, and our officers will continue to tackle offenders whose thoughtlessness blights their local area.”