KEVIN BRIDGES has waded in on bin fury in Glasgow.

The city comedian took a swipe at Glasgow City Council on Twitter over his unemptied bins. 

Posting a picture to Twitter, 35-year-old said his rubbish hasn't been collected in one month.

The image shows dozens of black bin bags piled on top of each other at his city bin set.

He wrote: "Some buzz if Glasgow City Council just never emptied the bins again.

"A month. Mental."

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We told yesterday how angry residents in the Southside have been forced to store recycling waste in their homes after blue bins were left uncollected for two months. 

Those living in tenement blocks in Shawlands claim the communal bin sheds are overflowing and recycling waste has been left to pile up.

And, last week, we reported images of mountains of rubbish piled high in the West End amid binmen staff shortages. 

Bins outside flats on Broomhill Drive were pictured overflowing with stuffed black bin bags, cardboard boxes, plastic bags and cans. 

The council said that due to a Covid outbreak among the cleansing department and to annual leave, there has been a service backlog. 

Collection schedules are, however, "almost back to normal". 

A Glasgow City Council spokesperson said: “We are very sorry for any delays to bin collections following the festive period.

“Over the holiday period there have been high levels of absence due to illness, covid self-isolation and annual leave, which has affected the cleansing service.

“Households also generate extra waste over Christmas which takes longer to process.

“The collection schedule is almost back to normal although there are still delays in some parts of the city.

“Further information will be made available on the council website."