Mum ‘grabs camera’ after binman’s unusual antics leave her ‘in hysterics’

A binman left a mum laughing with his antics when he wore a clown's multi-coloured curly wig and a spongy red nose to work.

On a cold and miserable morning, Amanda Parker, a 46-year-old mum spotted a mum and said that he 'made her day'.

Parker lives on Gerneth Close in Liverpool with her six-year-old daughter when on an early Tuesday morning, she heard the bin wagon clattering through the close.

The sight she witnessed outside her window was so amusing Armanda rushed to get her camera, Liverpool Echo reports.

Amanda said: "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 show the council worker wearing a clown's multi coloured curly wig and spongy red nose.

She said: "He was just waving at people and giving them a thumbs up, and waving at the kids.

"He was absolutely brilliant, honestly. It was a rubbish cold morning, miserable, and there he is Tuesday morning full of the joys of spring. It didn't half make me laugh.

"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 when they did turn up they were miserable as anything."

Amanda's photo of the comical binman was posted up on a Speke Facebook group and received over 200 likes.

One woman replied: "Aww he done this last week as well, we all loved it x".

Another posted: "He honestly made my day".

Speaking to the ECHO, 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 kids saw him, a couple of doors down, and they were just made up and he was waving at them. They were chuffed."

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