YEP Says: Good riddance to bungling dealer

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It could be tempting to see the funny side of the story about criminal Lee Steven Clark caught red-handed after bungling an attempt to make the drug crystal meth in his kitchen.

Tempting – but we’re not trying too hard.Police turned up to see white smoke and fumes billowing from Clark’s home and found him frantically trying to open windows after his efforts to create the drug went wrong.

Fortunately Clark’s bungling led to his capture and now he is behind bars. Good riddance.

Leeds, Sweet street, 28th March 1979'LIGHTING'Mr. Eddie Mullan, a lift engineer at the City of Leeds Public Works Department, Sweet Street, gives a last polish to one of the four old gas lamps that are to be sent to Germany.

Leeds nostalgia: Bits of old Leeds sent to Germany... in 1979