A pensioner has hit out about the state of an abandoned car left outside his home.
Former soldier Eric Dean said the damaged Volvo C30 has been sitting outside his flat on King Street in Peterhead for the last six months.
It has broken headlights, a damaged bonnet, flat tyres and a layer of dust.
The vehicle was registered in 2009 and can found near the roundabout which connects King Street, Kirk Street and South Road.
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Mr Dean said he has grown tired of the “eyesore” at his door and has lodged complaints with the council and the police.
Its road tax was due on January 1 this year and its MOT will expire in October.
The 69-year-old part-time council worker also believes the broken parts and glass on the car are a potential safety hazard for pedestrians walking by.
Mr Dean said: “We’ve had to put with for the last six months and it is an eyesore.
“I have to pay road tax and that is why it is so annoying.
“This has been going on too long and what are tourists going to think when they see this relic sitting there?
“Other people are having to park across the road because of this.
“It is a hazard as there are bits sticking out of it that could scrape people’s arms and legs.”
The police said problems with abandoned cars should be raised with the local council.