But is it art? The trolleys pile up in Tuggeranong

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FOR some reason despite draconian legislative threats the shopping trolleys continue piling up around Canberra.

“CityNews” army of informants have discovered this particularly impressive assemblage in Tuggeranong, with the rare, coveted, and frankly hard to lift second level trolley on display.

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[Thanks to Sarah for the picture]

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