Tis the end of the week, and time (methinks) to award one of my coveted and internationally renowned "Prats of The Week" Awards.
This week it goes to the people who run Haven Holiday Parks.
Ask Andrew and Dawn Norris who were told by a lifeguard at the Haven holiday park site in Chichester, Sussex, that they were forbidden from taking a photo of their four-month-old son in the holiday park swimming pool.
Haven said that cameras and videos were widely banned at most pools in the UK.
Just because other prats enforce this absurd rule, it doesn't mean to say Haven have to!
Have we lost the ability to think for ourselves?
Do we blindly have to follow what others do, without question?
A statement issued by Haven said:
"We can fully understand the disappointment of parents who are unable photograph their children's early endeavours in the swimming pool.
Unfortunately, the use of cameras, videos and camera phones is now widely prohibited in most council and private swimming pools in the UK.
This also applies to sun bed areas, fitness gyms changing areas, aerobic and fitness classes, crèche and play group areas."
They then drove another nail into their coffin by saying that there were many scenic and suitable areas at its holiday parks for family photographs.
Why, if taking photos in the pool is so evil, do they allow photos to be taken elsewhere?
Surely there is no difference?
Haven Holiday Parks, well deserving Prats of The Week.
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