Man collects up 65 dumped trolleys and gets struck with them after shop doesn't accept them back

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Pictured: Bernie Lucker, amongst the 65 trollies in his backgarden in Andover, Hants.<br />
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Former supermarket worker Bernie Lucker has admitted he is off his trolley - after collecting 65 abandoned shopping carts and storing them all on his patio.  The exasperated father of three found 30 of them lying around near his house in just one evening and decided to take them home.<br />
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And in the three weeks since he first started, the 65-year-old has more than doubled his collection, much to his wife's bemusement.  He is now hoping the trollies - which measure 260 feet when lined up - will finally get taken off his hands, after repeatedly contacting Tesco to get them picked up.  SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.<br />
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© Ewan Galvin/Solent News & Photo Agency<br />
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