Jack Pendergast and colleagues smashed up a client's patio after not getting paid for their hardwork. Mr. Pendergast claimed they were not paid for work despite 'asking five times'.
As of late, in a bizarre turn of events, a truly outrageous moment was caught on camera where an angry gathering of gardeners tore up a client's yard after they purportedly failed to pay more than £7,300 they owed for the entire work. As reported by The DailyMail.
An exterior decorator shot the rather shocking moment when he requested his group to demolish a patio nursery in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, that they had as of late wrapped up. In the video, the displeased worker can be heard advising his men to 'smash it to f*cking absolute pieces.'
The gathering at that point rapidly gets to work destroying the yard, pulling down the garden fences and crushing through the back entryway. In the short clip, the man addresses the client as a 'con artist' after they supposedly would not pay him and others for the finished work, saying they had made 'young lads work for money and not paying.'
Furthermore, the angry man can be heard stating, "This is what will happen when you try and have me off with £7,300. Smash the whole place to bits, smash it all down. Get the sledges, quick. Take it all down, take every bit of it down. Every bit, every bit of it."
"Fences, take the fences off, smash it to bits, every single last little bit of it. Smash it all to bits, it's fine, it's all my stuff. Smash it to f*cking absolute pieces. Get it all up, that's it - get it all up. Did it all mint, full patio, block everywhere. Taking our materials all back, this is what happens - it's exactly what happens," he adds.
The highly frustrated laborer goes on "I asked her five times to make the payment, oh well, no more. Plod's here now, oh they're going because they know we're in our rights. All the materials are ours, we're coming back. That was the fence that we did for free for out of a good will, bye bye fence, bye bye."
The worker at that point includes at the end of the video, "Con artist, that's what she is. Making young lads work for money and not paying anyone. Third/fourth people she hasn't paid," A representative for Cheshire Police said that officers went to the scene of occurrence yesterday, however, no captures were made.
They stated, "At 9.18am on Thursday, May 2 police received a report of a dispute taking place at an address in Ellesmere Port. The disagreement is a civil matter, however, officers attended due to reports of an altercation. No arrests have been made and there have been no reports of any injuries."