flyposting

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flyposting

(ˈflaɪˌpəʊstɪŋ)
n
the posting of advertising or political bills, posters, etc in unauthorized places
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They were first contacted on January 3, when Highway Enforcement Officers from Liverpool City Council's Steetscene Team received complaints relating to fly posting.
"Where fly posting has occurred on private property, it is the responsibility of the owner to clear the offending items and if applicable prove the guilt of the offender.
The court heard Rogers had previously been handed a fixed penalty notice for fly posting in 2014.
And in this case, fly posting is an illegal activity.
Carters Bar and Grill at the Sky Dome were taken to court this month over fly posting which took place in January of this year.
A Denbighshire Council spokesman said: "Far from 'actively trying to silence musicians, fly posting is illegal and we have a duty to our residents to ensure that our streets are clean and tidy...We constantly get criticised for not addressing the quality of appearance in our town centres...There are many other ways to advertise events, especially through social media."
If this is an illegal poster, as it seems are other fly posting adverts, am I within my rights to cut it down as it offends me?
Tgth " But Newcastle City Council sent an environmental health officer to formally caution the 31-yeaold for fly posting at his shop on High Bridge, Newcastle.
A spokesman for the city council said that although the authority could see the lighter side of the poster, fly posting was still illegal as "it spoils the appearance of our city and is unfair to the businesses who are properly licensed to advertise.
Richards, 30, of Clydach Road, Tonypandy, was caught by council enforcement officers, who are also cracking down on litter, dog fouling and fly posting.
The new uniformed team, made up of 90 staff, is in charge of tackling litter, dog fouling, fly tipping, graffiti, fly posting and anti-social behaviour.