July 4, 2024 at 3:36 pm

He Got Fined $1,000 For Throwing His Trash Out, So He Got A Massive Bagster To Dump His Trash In

by Sarrah Murtaza

Source: Reddit/Malicious compliance/pexels/ Dilara Albamya

A huge fine on trash? No one wants that!

This person dumped some of their stuff outside since they were repairing but got fined for it.

They had another plan in mind to avoid a thousand dollar fine.

Let’s check out what happened.

1,000 fine if my trash is non compliant? Cue 6 months of a bagster in my driveway.

Yes, I’m a petty jerk.

I was having new floors put in / carpets ripped out because my mom was moving in with me ( end stage cancer ) and she can’t handle the dust mites.

He wanted to make some changes..

I was tossing some furniture out at the same time and had a few pieces along with bagged carpet/tack strips under my carport.

Cue my neighbors sending the township to my door with a warning of $1,000 fine.

He had no idea!

Trash must be in approved receptacles and not cluttered outside of your house.

Ok – cool.

He played it smart..

So I paid $30 for a bagster, piled it high …..

And put one bulk item a week out for the next 24 weeks.


Just put the last nightstand out today…. crumpled up the bagster and put it in the trash can.

He found his way around the hefty fine!

Let’s check out what folks on Reddit think about this story.

This person has no idea what a bagster is.

Source: Reddit/malicious compliance

This person shares another story.

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This person shares how they did a similar thing.

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This person wants to use a bagster too.

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This person has some important pointers.

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That was a funny bagster story!

It always feels good to take back some control.

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