where's Wind_rider when you need himToby wrote:Wasn't there an accident with a kid that got lifted from the lines on a UK beach?
So you think it is better just to be disrespectful and endanger others because that will help the situation? These "self-appointed kiting police" don't want to have to nudge people in the right direction trust me. I'm sure they would rather just go about their business of having fun on the water but when you see kooks doing stupid dangerous things in order not not be lumped into "those damn kiters" they have no choice but to intervene... I can just imagine what it would be like if they didn't.william_rx7 wrote:Terrible story re:Tony the Clammer and the UK kid being lifted by kite lines.
Where did this happen?
Did the accident "close the beach" to kiters?
Do people still kite there today?
It seems that even with terrible accidents, spots remain open.
Maybe we're not "just 1 accident" away from having our spots closed, as so many self-appointed kiting police point out all the time.
Toby wrote:I think it already happened several times in the past!
Wasn't there an accident with a kid that got lifted from the lines on a UK beach?
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