By George Stephens • 14 May 2020 • 18:56
The mayor of Fuengirola has had to send out workers with blue spray paint and templates to mark pavements in an attempt to counteract social distancing which is out of control.
The council workers have laid out clear arrows spraying them at every 30 paces, to a one way system of up on one side and down the other to try and provide a safer flow.
The mayor of Fuengirola also informed all businesses in the region as well as others of the new directive which reads:
But it’s not just dogs and their owners who seem to be blind to the clear directional arrows.
Cyclists on the pavements also seem oblivious.
The plan of getting everyone to follow the arrows has so far not worked but a policeman told the Euro Weekly News “We have orders now the notices have gone out of the clear instruction that from tonight we can start fining those who walk in the wrong direction, we have given it 24 hours, tonight we shall be fully on patrol.”
The police tonight in Fuengirola will not be tolerant so we advise if you are going out tonight in Fuengirola that you walk in the right direction.
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