Sprayed on a local footpath.
I always like these over-simplified signs which are open to interpretation.
Does it inform us that there is ‘No dog fouling’ in this area, in the sense that a survey has been carried out and that it was found that there were no, or zero, dogs found to be fouling in the area, and this sign has been proudly sprayed to tell everyone lucky enough to walk here?
Or is there only one ‘dog fouling’ here, and its name is ‘No’.
Or is it instructional, and people are expected to shout ‘No’ if they see a ‘dog fouling’.
Or is it meant for dogs to read, saying ‘No’ to any ‘dog fouling’.
Or is it a pic of ‘No dog’ taken while he was ‘fouling’ and intended to shame him into not doing it again.
Can I go on? Thankfully, no (I have other things to do).
Not sure exactly where, I think near Haymarket St and Marfield St in Carntyne.
I only saw 4 sprayed nearby, so wonder if it is just a resident’s handiwork, and not an official instruction.
Seems a little unfair, as I walk the streets quite a bit nowadays, and have been quite impressed as nearly every dog walker I see, even on grassed areas, seems to be prepared to carry little black plastic bags, and collect their pet’s ‘soft warm gift’ without flinching. So much so, passing overflowing street bins in anything resembling warm weather is now best carried out at a distance, or at least holding breath until past. An unfortunate effect of council cuts and reduced collections combine with a successful campaign to gain dog walker’s cooperation.