Heroes Weekend warning
The public have been warned to stop defacing public and private property to reserve spots for the Bermuda Heroes Weekend parade.
A spokesman said: “While we encourage everyone to be excited for the upcoming Bermuda Heroes Weekend, we cannot support and ask that those of you defacing public and private property in an attempt to save a space for the parade immediately stop.
“Doing this is illegal and the authorities in charge have clearly expressed to us that they will be pursuing all and every corrective measure available to them.
“Now we want everyone to have a good time, but we want you all to do so without defacing any property.”
The spokesman added: “It is all of our jobs to keep Bermuda beautiful, so we ask you our loyal patrons to do your part and not mark your spots before the parade.
“There is room for all once we are kind and courteous to one another. Let us all continue to work together to make this Bermuda Heroes Weekend one of the best ever, even as we maintain our magnificent island throughout this celebration.”
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