Once again, we see issues relating to an alley and we see violence (or threat thereof!).
As reported by the Cambrian News, a DOLGELLAU couple have taken matters into their own hands to tackle the increasing problem of dog mess outside their house. Martyn and Jean Gardner of Bwthyn yr Arran, Wenallt said that last week they left their house to discover a large pile of dog mess in front of their gate. Mr Gardner has now put his own sign up outside his property warning people not to let their dogs foul there, and he is going to take photographs of any culprits.
We see a recurring theme of dog excrement photographed in situ. This is enough to make anybody think twice about their actions (?).
The newspaper reports that Mr Gardner will be taking photographs of anyone offending in what he calls "dog sh*t alley" (variation on a theme again!) but his sign appears to start "If I catch... and ends with "watch out" or at least that's how I read it. This is a little more threatening than "I'm going to take a photograph".
We've all woken up to a streaming pile outside our gate but, unlike Martyn above, I have never felt the urge to get up close and personal with it. I certainly wouldn't adopt a prayer like position. Then again, it affects us all differently!
Full article here.