A woman who did not want to be named said her daughter lives in Enfield Street, Port Talbot and is “embarrassed” by the problems she is having with rats, which are attracted to bags of rubbish left out on the street.

She said her young grandson was bitten by a rat while sleeping in January 2020 and went to hospital for treatment. “They have now gone and got a snake as it is the only thing that has worked at keeping them at bay.”

@davidoclubb As with all these things, there's going to be deep systemic reasons behind this.

@kawaiipunk @davidoclubb

Snakes in Wales, Snakes in Wales, and there's room for many more 😁 🐍 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

(this was on the telly constantly in the 80s, not sure how many of the companies mentioned are still there today)

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