A massive row about rubbish has broken out in Italy because there's loads of the stuff mounting up in the city of Naples.
Thousands of tonnes of stinking waste are lying uncollected in the streets because the local dumps are full.
City officials want to reopen old rubbish tips to get rid of it, but protesters are blocking paths to the sites because they say it's a health risk and there's no more room.
Rubbish has been a big problem in Naples for years and causes loads of pollution. This pile of trash is nearly as big as the bus!
The Army has been clearing the rubbish from outside schools, but it's still piling up.
It's thought gangs of criminals are partly responsible for the waste crisis by making money from dumping rubbish in Naples that's come from all over the country.
People living there say it's so bad, even their clean washing smells of rubbish. Yuck!
There have been big clashes between police and protesters who think the waste is making people ill.
Some locals are so fed up they've have started burning the rotting rubbish to try to get rid of it and fire crews are struggling to put out all the fires.
The Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi said they're trying to sort it out and announced that three new machines would be opened to burn the rubbish.