Lol. Decent people do daft things. 2 of my flat mates decided, on the way back from an enjoyably drunken evening, that it would be a good idea to break into their old school. I declined the offer to join them. Some time later they were arrested in a flurry of sirens, blue lghts and shouting.Derek27 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 11:21 pmIn all honesty, I'm more ashamed of the litter I dropped as a teenager than the park benches I set on fire, disgraceful behaviour!greenmark wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 10:37 pmIndeed. I remember the 'Keep Britain Tidy' campaign. Why do we need a campaign?
You go to a park with 'stuff', you consume 'stuff' and leave the detritus instead of binning it, or taking it home (or binning it on the way back home or wherever you're going next).
One of my daily walks is along a semi-rural road. You would be surprised how many Mac bags etc are there. They can only have been chucked out the window of a car. It makes me so angry.
But my point is both were really good guys that had a moment of insanity that took on its own momentum.
C'est la vie!