Most public facilities are closed in the UK due to the country’s blockade, but people are allowed to exercise and socialize outside, leading many to seek quiet public places if nature calls for a day out. out of.
“I look forward to seeing so many discarded objects on the property today. Next to the trails and monuments. Remember that there are no public toilets open for miles at a time,” Balmoral staff wrote.
“Part of the problem is that we are seeing a lot of non-biodegradable luggage being dumped in the country,” they added. “Even people choose to relief right next to the roads or in the monuments they cross rather than move a little further to avoid contamination.”
But the castle recognizes that people might need relief while walking around the royal summer.
“If you need to pipe, please do so at least 30 meters from lochs or streams,” they added in a tweet Sunday. “If you need to defecate, make it as far away as possible from buildings, paths, waterways and farm animals. Fecal urine into a little hole and replace the turf.”
The Queen and family members spend several weeks a year on the 50,000-acre estate in Upper Scotland.
He spent most of the blockade of Great Britain on another royal estate in Windsor, near London.