Guests Clash Over Whether You Should Grass Up Your Neighbour For Using Their Hosepipe? | GMB

Good Morning Britain published this video item, entitled “Guests Clash Over Whether You Should Grass Up Your Neighbour For Using Their Hosepipe? | GMB” – below is their description.

Bans on hosepipe and sprinkler use have been imposed in Kent and Sussex. It follows hosepipe bans for customers in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. The ban forbids using a hosepipe connected to a mains water supply and breaking results can result in a fine of up to a £1,000. But since people are likely to break the rules from the privacy of their own gardens, would you grass your neighbours up?

Broadcast on 04/08/22

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