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  1. A binman who was employed by an agency has been informed that he will not be working for Herefordshire Council again after the incident in which he had a momentary 'meltdown' and decided to kick the head off a snowman in Hereford on Tuesday while collecting the bins in the area. Our View: Although you may argue his behaviour was maybe a little odd, we're not sure that it warranted the man losing his job after he had a lapse of judgment. His employers are behaving like 'snowflakes' after all, it's just a snowman which would have naturally disappeared within a few days anyway. We hope that the person who took the time out to actually report this as 'an incident' sleep well tonight in the knowledge that someone has lost their job. Have a laugh at the cartoon photograph below which just goes to highlight how ridiculous this has become.
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