Letters to the editor
The Cardrona bra fence
When this current bra fence appeared, deliberately seeded by a large number of bras, the apparent owner was quoted as saying: ‘‘If any of these bras get stolen it would constitute theft’’, implying that if anybody removed the bras, as happened to a previous version they would be charged with theft.
It was good to see the owner was taking responsibility for owning the underwear.
I presume that if the inevitable does happen and someone is injured crossing the road and damage is caused to vehicles that the apparent owner will take responsibility for that too.
The council is being weak on this.
The New Zealand Transport Agency does not allow such fences to proliferate anywhere in the country for obvious safety reasons, nor should the Queenstown Lakes District Council Chris Tasman
I have been meaning to let you know I have driven past the bra fence when there has been some dodgy driving close to the fence.
I think if John Lee really wants to keep that idea of a bra fence he should have it away from the main road . . . perhaps in his front yard.