Good Samaritan Guy rids Littleport park of graffiti after vandals tag popular childrens play area
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A man is being hailed as a ‘star’ and a ‘gentleman’ in Littleport after he took it upon himself to clan graffiti off a children’s play area that had been vandalised.
Pictures were posted of the damage at the park on Parsons Lane on the ‘Littleport Notice Board’ Facebook group by resident April-Louise Morley, who visited the play area with her partner and his son on April 3.
She said of the graffiti: “Surely this can’t be acceptable? I didn’t let my partner’s son go near it as I have no idea what’s around there. I didn’t want him getting hurt.
“There’s so many inappropriate drawings around. It’s ridiculous.”
On viewing the post, Good Samaritan Guy Prince, also from Littleport, decided to head to the park a day later and rectify the damage himself, using his own products.
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He later uploaded pictures of the newly-cleaned play area, with the graffiti nowhere to be seen.
He said: “I sat at home thinking that the council will have to send out a bloke or two with appropriate chemicals, and there’s me sitting here with those chemicals on my shelf.
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“A few drops of thinner, a rag and a good rub and off it came.”
Mr Prince’s efforts were praised by residents of the village, with one saying on Facebook: “You are a star. It’s great to see it clean.”
Another said: “Thank you, Guy! You’re an excellent example to us all.”