The Dénia City Council published on Sunday evening, through its social media accounts, the shameful images that the first weekend has left without restrictions on night mobility. The end of the curfew has encouraged some to attend the beaches where you can make a bottle "secretly", leaving kilos of garbage and more than one act of vandalism behind them.
"First weekend without restrictions of night mobility. And so some have celebrated ...". With this statement and an "angry" emoticon they have shared the images left by these nightly meetings of some on the Dianense coastline. They are not only photos of piles of garbage accumulated on beaches like the Marineta Casiana, raset o Marines, but also at various points they have taken the opportunity to dump and spread, as can be seen, the content of the buckets at the entrances to each beach.
In the same way, some have thrown one of the proximity chairs of the Red Cross surveillance service to the ground.
Although it is true that the end of the restriction on night mobility has not generated in the Valencian Community images as viral as those of the bottles that were organized in Madrid and Barcelona, in part by lifting the curfew on a Monday instead of one weekend, these photos should also make us reconsider if it is the right way to celebrate that we have been doing it for a while and that thanks to it our health situation is better.