Lestat McDowell wrote:If you ask me, the Excel staff should have focussed more on making people clean up than on shooing people away from the statue.
Ultimket wrote:wow shocking photo indeed, I was already totaly sad at what I saw onsunday late evening, but it wasn't that much! I saw a guy throwing his big free hug sign, just like that and there was a bin right on his left 4 steps away...
I mean people, WAKE UP this is your expo don't make it like that!
And it's not just "being considerate at these events", it's everyday in life, you just don't throw stuff on the floor and that's it.Lestat McDowell wrote:If you ask me, the Excel staff should have focussed more on making people clean up than on shooing people away from the statue.
I think this is more a matter of education, not just having someone to say what people have to do. it really don't think it's their role to go after everyone who throw rubbish on the floor, but it probably is for the statue.
hyperwolfy wrote:I was shocked. I'm not from the uk and it was my first time at the expo. And I was starting to wonder is this normal here? But good to know it's not. Hopefully next time the bins wil be used more, because it isn't that hard to trow your rubbish away =p
thecomedian wrote:People should clean up after themselves, not let other people clean up for them, I thought that much was common courtesy at least. And it's not as though there weren't bins around everywhere....
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