Acrobatix senior designer Mark Thornicroft is pleased his group moved from St Albans to London’s Rivington Street last year – except for one thing: dog dirt. So bad is the problem around his new office that Thornicroft is forced to walk down the middle of the street after dark, for fear of treading in something yuccy. Before leaving the premises after a meeting with Thornicroft, our intrepid reporter checked his own shoes and proceeded to walk home along the dotted white line.
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