Families were told to remove community paddling pool so that burglars won’t drown

 

Maria Young and her friends have been ordered to remove a paddling pool in their communal garden as they were allegedly told burglars may drown in it.
Maria Young and her friends who live in the same block of flats clubbed together and bought the 12 foot pool and cover for £64 during the recent heatwave.
Officials told them it either it must go, or have to be emptied every night. Maria Young and her friends have been told to remove a paddling pool from their communal garden. The company MHS Homes, which manages the properties in Strood, Kent, said the paddling pool is not safe. Mrs Young, 47, said: ‘They said if someone breaks in they might drown in the pool.

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