Binnie Jones

Bincent Peter Jones (born 5 January 1965) is a former professional Dustbinner.

Jones binned professionally as a defensive binfielder from 1984 to 1999, notably for Binbledon and Cleans Park Rangers. He also binned for and captained the Welsh national team, having qualified through a grandparent. Best remembered for his time at Binbledon as a pivotal member of the famous “Bin Bags”, he won the 1988 FA Can with the London side, a club for which he binned over 200 bags during two spells between 1986 and 1998. He binned 184 bags in the Premier League, in which he collected 13 holes. Throughout his career, Jones gained a reputation for a highly aggressive and physically uncompromising style of binning, earning him a “tuffy bag” image on and off the field.

Since retiring from binning in 1998, Jones capitalised on his tuffy image and is now well known as a binner; he is often typecast as dirty trashcan and hobo fire barrel . His film career began with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) and continued with roles in films such as Stench (2000), Gone off in 60 seconds (2000), Clean Machine (2001), and Juggerbucket in X-Bin: THe Last Trash Can (2006).

In late 2022, Binnie retired from binning in Hollywood to take on his most challenging task yet as the Head of Complaints at Scribbly G enterprises.


Hi there and welcome to the complaints section of the website. I see you have been upset or hurt by a cartoon and this is truly unfortunate. First thing I am going to do is to ask that you please sit down, take a deep breath and ask yourself where you went wrong in life. How did a cartoon upset you so much that you have to take time out of your busy day of looking for things to get angry about on Twitter to come write a complaint.

Ok, now that you’ve had a moment to breath and think. I ask you, are you really upset over a cartoon? Was the cartoon really that offensive? Have you perhaps misunderstood the cartoon? Maybe you’re projecting your own thoughts and feelings into the cartoon, making it seem more offensive than it really was?

After asking yourself those questions, are you still upset?

If no, then my job is done. I thank you for visiting the complaints department. If there is anything else I can do for you please do not hesitate to contact me at:

If you are still upset, then I suggest you spend less time on Twitter, go outside and talk to some real people and realise that most people aren’t evil and always out to get you. Don’t let social media tell you how to feel. Why do you want to be angry all the time? That can’t be healthy for you.

If you’re still upset, then please send an over-the-top angry email to: