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500 after making no attempt to pick up dog dirt in Lewes Road From The Argus An environmental enforcement officer saw the Staffordshire terrier type dog, belonging to Ricky Brooks of Overdown Rise, Portslade, defecating on the pavement kate spade usa site in Lewes Road, Brighton, in November.

Brighton and Hove City Council handed Mr Brooks, 32, a 75 fixed penalty notice, which he failed to pay. Couple of points. firstly, well done to the Enforcement Officer for getting the name of the miscreant I dare say it wouldn't have been easy and I can imagine just asking for a name would be intimidating and, with this kind of pondlife, very risky. Secondly, the cyclist. I returned to the UK from Canada six years ago and was amazed at how cyclists seem able to roam on the pavement or in the road and, as 'road users', paying no attention whatsoever to the Highway Code. I was starting to wonder if the 'Code' had been abandoned completely I saw PCSOs doing nothing about cyclists on the pavement, or even those that ignore traffic lights or use 'No Cycling' footpaths. After a while, though, and having invested in a bike to keep fit, I realised that the roads in towns can be lethal I can no longer blame cyclists for using the pavements. I recently heard something along the lines of "Cycling is allowed on pavements as long as the cyclists don't ride in an 'anti social' manner". One thing for sure the police (and PCSOs) pay no attention to them. In Horsham the kate spade i other day, I waited to cross to the bus station, while the traffic lights changed. When they'd gone red, a cyclist appeared around the corner and rode on, completely oblivious, between the crossing people. I shouted to him that the light was red and he appeared completely baffled. and so did the people around me trying to cross the road. So. I'd invite people to make a stand and get in the way of bikes, shout at the riders that ignore traffic lights but, of course, be careful, because some of the riders will be of the obnoxious yob type. Couple of points. firstly, well done to the Enforcement Officer for getting the name of the miscreant I dare say it wouldn't have been easy and I can imagine just asking for a name would be intimidating and, with this kind of pondlife, very risky. Secondly, the cyclist. I returned to the UK from Canada six years ago and was amazed at how cyclists seem able to roam on the pavement or in the road and, as 'road users', paying no attention whatsoever to the Highway Code. I was starting to wonder if the 'Code' had been abandoned completely I saw PCSOs doing nothing about cyclists on the pavement, or even those that ignore traffic lights or use 'No Cycling' footpaths. After a while, though, and having invested in a bike to keep fit, I realised that the roads in towns can be lethal I can no longer blame cyclists for using the pavements. I recently heard something along the lines of "Cycling is allowed on pavements as long as the cyclists don't ride in an 'anti social' manner". One thing for sure the police (and PCSOs) pay no attention to them. In Horsham the other day, I waited to cross to the bus station, while the traffic lights changed. When they'd gone red, a cyclist appeared around the corner and rode on, completely oblivious, between the crossing people. I shouted to him that the light was red and he appeared completely baffled. and so did the people around me trying to cross the road. So. I'd invite people to make a stand and get in the way of bikes, shout at the riders that ignore traffic lights but, of course, be careful, because some of the riders will be of the obnoxious yob type. Charlie Baker's Cap Couple of points. firstly, well done to the Enforcement Officer for getting the name of the miscreant I dare say it wouldn't have been easy and I can imagine just asking for a name would be intimidating and, with this kind of pondlife, very risky. Secondly, the cyclist. I returned to the UK from Canada six years ago and was amazed at how cyclists seem able to roam on the pavement or in the road and, as 'road users', paying no attention whatsoever to the Highway Code. I was starting to wonder if the 'Code' had been abandoned completely I saw PCSOs doing nothing about cyclists on the pavement, or even those that ignore traffic lights or use 'No Cycling' kate spade wallet outlet footpaths. After a while, though, and having invested in a bike to keep fit, I realised that the roads in towns can be lethal I can no longer blame cyclists for using the pavements. I recently heard something along the lines of "Cycling is allowed on pavements as long as the cyclists don't ride in an 'anti social' manner". One thing for sure the police (and PCSOs) pay no attention to them. In Horsham the other day, I waited to cross to the bus station, while the traffic lights changed. When they'd gone red, a cyclist appeared around the corner and rode on, completely oblivious, between the crossing people. I shouted to him that the light was red and he appeared completely baffled. and so did the people around me trying to cross the road. So. I'd invite people to make a stand and get in the way of bikes, shout at the riders that ignore traffic lights but, of course, be careful, because some of the riders will be of the obnoxious yob type. The council would make a tidy penny if they caught the dog owner, or owners that leave their dog's poo around Kemptown. it appears on St. James's Street far too frequently to be an accident. In this day and age there should be dog toilets in every park and on every beach. A dog toilet is a fenced area with a swing gate that contains sand where the owners of dogs can allow their dogs to do their toilet and then scoop it up after and deposit it in the bin provided. Kensington Gardens in London have a very well looked after dogs toilet if you have not seen one. Many European cities have them in parks etc. New York has a very famous dog park with dog toilets. The cost of such a dog toilet is minimal. The sand makes it easy and more efficient to scoop up the dog poo. It seems we are not so European after all with our antiquated ideas of allowing dogs to poo everywhere. The council would make a tidy penny if they caught the dog owner, or owners that leave their dog's poo around Kemptown. it appears on St. James's Street far too frequently to be an accident. In this day and age there should be dog toilets in every park and on every beach. A dog toilet is a fenced area with a swing gate that contains sand where the owners of dogs can allow their dogs to do their toilet and then scoop it up after and deposit it in the bin provided. Kensington Gardens in London have a very well looked after dogs toilet if you have not seen one. Many European cities have them in parks etc. New York has a very famous dog park with dog kate spade canada online toilets. The cost of such a dog toilet is minimal. The sand makes it easy and more efficient to scoop up the dog poo. it appears on St. James's Street far too frequently to be an accident. In this day and age there should be dog toilets in every park and on every beach. A dog toilet is a fenced area with a swing gate that contains sand where the owners of dogs can allow their dogs to do their toilet and then scoop it up after and deposit it in the bin provided. Kensington Gardens in London have a very well looked after dogs toilet if you have not seen one. Many European cities have them in parks etc. New York has a very famous dog park with dog toilets. The cost of such a dog toilet is minimal. The sand makes it easy and more efficient to scoop up the dog poo.

It seems we are not so European after all with our antiquated ideas of allowing dogs to poo everywhere. London Road, Lewes Road, St James Street are all places that, if for any reasons ended up without doggydoodoo on every other paving slab Id feel they would loose their rustic and natural affluent feel. I for one regularly defecate on my walk home should a certain area on such road look too high brow.


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