Littering is a problem in Ireland, but let's not give out about lack of bins or the councils for the problem: the blame rests with the people.
On Dublin's Henry Street last week, my eye was momentarily caught by an exceptionally cute little girl with carefully-arranged pigtails and a sweet summer dress. She was fastidiously eating an ice cream out of a wrapper and trailing around after a woman I assumed was her mum. As they moved to enter a shop, the little girl decided she'd had enough.
Without breaking stride she dropped her ice cream and wrapper close to the shop...
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