Bucket heads

The Advertiser - - LETTERS -

IT is sad to see that peo­ple are tak­ing up the of­fer of free bucket “hats” that KFC gives out be­fore the Big Bash cricket events at Ade­laide Oval.

We are liv­ing in an ever-in­creas­ing world full of rub­bish and as a sales gim­mick peo­ple are happy to par­take of free ad­ver­tis­ing for KFC.

They are dis­carded af­ter the cricket and ei­ther be­come rub­bish in the sur­round­ing area or are sent to land­fill.

Please refuse to take one and ex­plain to your chil­dren why, in­clud­ing the tons of mil­lions of rub­bish in our oceans. AN­DREA CRESSWELL,

Brighton. find a change fa­cil­ity. I was forced to stand on the foot­path with a towel wrapped around me to change into my bathers while pedes­tri­ans and mo­torists went past me.

Then af­ter a lovely swim I searched for a shower fa­cil­ity and even­tu­ally found a very pub­lic stand pipe at the start of the jetty.

Af­ter show­er­ing I was again con­fronted with the re­verse prospect of dis­card­ing the wet bathers and get­ting dressed in pub­lic. This would in­deed be a great beach if ap­pro­pri­ate fa­cil­i­ties were pro­vided. DAVID SHERWEN,


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