A “watchdog” who warned people failing to clean up after their dogs in a play area they would be filmed has been supported by a dog-owner.
The warning was written on a sign placed on a fence at the Burnham Avenue play area on the Reffley Estate in Gaywood.
Burnham Avenue resident Mandy Barber said: “I share the concerns of the sign writer. It is very frustrating. I walk my dog on that park but always pick her mess up. Many others do not. I have also picked up other dogs’ mess as my five-year-old son plays on there and has often stood in or fallen in mess. Something needs to be done.”
A spokesman for West Norfolk Council said it had not received any specific complaints about fouling at the play area.
She said: “If people are concerned they should contact the borough council. We will alert the necessary teams and request extra patrols in the area. We would not recommend that people undertake filming.”