A woman who lives in a house next to a beach has said that several people have dropped their trousers and defecated in her garden.
However, in a lot of these places, it's still not possible to use a public toilet anywhere, as they remain locked.
While that much is understandable, it's still no excuse to take a number two in someone's garden - or in any public place, for that matter.
June Day, who lives in a house adjacent to Brean Down beach in Somerset, has taken aim at the National Trust after finding that 'people are just defecating on the beach'.
The National Trust has said that it is 'working to open the toilets' as soon as is reasonably possible.
Unfortunately, that hasn't stopped those rushing out to enjoy the warm weather from relieving themselves in places that they shouldn't be.
Mrs Day said that she doesn't mind people heading for the coast to visit the beach, but said that she has been disappointed by the 'arrogance' of some of those travelling to enjoy the sun.
She said: "One man told me he was standing on land that doesn't belong to me, so he was fine doing it [you know what].
"My husband walked the dog the other day and he stepped over three lots of human faeces with discarded underwear which they'd just left."
If it's bad now, it's only going to get worse if the weather is nice over the bank holiday weekend.
That's a concern for Mrs Day, as well as - presumably - the other residents who live and enjoy their leisure time near to the beach.
She continued: "We've got hundreds of people here and there's no facilities for them."
Well, let's hope they can sort it out before too long, because it sounds disgusting.
A spokesperson for the National Trust, said: "We are making opening decisions based on local conditions and urge anyone who wants to visit to check our website before travelling.
"Where we are able, we will open toilets at our countryside car parks.
"We will try to publish available toilet facilities on our website, but visitors should be aware that these can change from time to time."
Just remember this piece of advice - if in doubt, don't drop trouser and s*** in someone's back yard.
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