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A pensioner was horrified after discovering two men snorting a white powder off her wheelie bin, with one of them responding "we'll be finished soon".
Pamela Rowles, from Sleaford in Lincolnshire, heard voices outside her house on Saturday evening, August 22.
The 61-year-old popped her head out the door and caught the pair brazenly using her bin as a table.
She told Lincolnshire Live : ”It was about 7.30pm and I was sitting in the living room when I heard two guys f-ing and blinding.
"It went on for five minutes and got really annoying so I peeped through the spyhole and saw one man bang his elbow on my door.
"I flung the door open and they were both standing either side of my wheelie bin snorting this white powder."
In her 37 years on Nags Head Passage, Pamela has seen fights, people urinating, and couples having sex in public.
She added: “I was very indignant – they were taking drugs on my property, how dare they?
"They were so brazen about it. One of them said sorry, we will be finished soon and then kept going!
"They were laughing to themselves. They came back at 11pm, but it was half a dozen of them this time and they used the different bin this time.
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"That's when I decided to ring the police the next morning on 101."
She says that the passage does have a reputation for being one of the rougher parts of town.
"It's always been a bit dubious," Pamela said.
"I once opened the door to find a couple leaning against the wall having away at it. I decided it was best to leave them to it!
"One of my neighbours said she swore she had seen a drug deal take place in broad daylight.
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"Sometimes people come down here to sort out their differences and when that happens I'm lying in bed praying they don't smash my window – it's happened in the past."
Pamela added that despite reporting it to the police she doesn't expect much to change.
"We don't see the police often down here and there's no CCTV," she said.
"I'm not expecting much to happen, the police can't be everywhere at once.”
Daily Star Online has contacted Lincolnshire Police for comment.
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