Yet more potentially-dangerous cylinders of liquid nitrous oxide (N2O) have been found on the streets of Penarth and in a Penarth Town Council-owned children’s playground .
The latest finds follow last week’s PDN revelation that used N2O cylinders – known as “chargers” – had been discovered discarded in a gutter in Glebe St.
Several chargers have since been found in St Augustines – some used some unused – scattered along with their original cardboard carton which, when new – would have contained 24 of the metal objects.
Local residents have also reported that chargers have been found discarded on the ground in the Penarth Town Council children’s playground at Pembroke Terrace.
It’s understood that the issue has been raised with South Wales Police but it is not yet know what action – if any – has been taken.