One thing green loons know how to do really, really well is waste taxpayer or ratepayer money:
An electric car charging point that cost £6,018 to install has been used for just five hours since it was first installed in 2009.
The charging point in Putney Leisure Centre car park, Dryburgh Road, Putney, was created to allow drivers to use more environmentally friendly electric cars.
In Mapleton Road, Wandsworth, a charging point installed in 2008 has racked up 74 hours, 54 minutes since it was installed at a cost of £5,500.
There are a total of five electric car charging points in the borough, with others in Spencer Park, Wandsworth Common, St John’s Avenue in Putney and Coverton Road, Tooting, which were installed in June this year.