I was horrified after huge mountain of poo was dumped on my doorstep – it looks like the culprit stored it up for ages | The Sun

A MUM was left horrified after discovering a huge pile of excrement on her front doorstep.

Beauty therapist Maxi Mayhew claims the stinking mess being investigated by cops in Kent was left by someone with a grudge.

Maxi, 31, from Ramsgate, believes the nasty surprise is a pile of dog poo rather than human excrement.

But it seemed such a large amount that she thinks the culprit had stored it up over a significant period of time.

The shocking incident has left her "disgusted" and "terrified".

Mother-of-two Maxi said: "There really are some sick people out there.

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"It’s not even funny – I’m terrified.

"It’s absolutely disgusting and what makes anyone do something like this?

"I assume it’s dog poo and it looks like whoever did this has been saving it up for ages just to put on my doorstep.

"I suffer from anxiety and this has just made things worse for me."

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Maxi contacted cops after the disgusting discovery on October 20.

A spokesperson for Kent Police confirmed the force was investigating.

They said: "The criminal damage is reported to be part of harassment by someone known to the victim.

"Officers are in touch with the victim and enquiries to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident are ongoing."

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