I've been remiss in my blogging duties lately, but I'll catch up. Starting with this story:
A COUPLE were banned from taking photographs of their baby daughter on a swing by a park warden who declared it `inappropriate.'Yes, anyone who misinterprets, abuses, or enforces something he hasn't the slightest idea about, should be forced to wear a dunce cap while publicly apologizing to the community for his lack of a brain. This should include idiot congressmen.
Steve Brook and partner Mandy Smith were having a family day out with 11-month-old Rebecca when the council worker swooped.
"It beggars belief," said Steve, 35. "The fact that a mummy and daddy can't take a picture of their own daughter is ridiculous. I could understand if it was in a swimming pool, but she was well wrapped-up and as far as I could see we were the only people in the park."
Town hall officials said the warden had misinterpreted council policy when he confronted the family at Alexandra Park in Oldham.
But Phil Woolas, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, said: "Based on these reports I am thinking of introducing a Bill to Parliament called The Common Sense Act 2007.
"We are in danger of becoming so adverse to risk we will lose sight of common sense."