Has no-one considered whether their reaction to poor social distancing is actually justified?
I also think a bit more cynicism about the whole lockdown policy would be a bit healthier than the pitch fork mentality that's developing in our society.
Ask yourselves what closing outdoor spaces does for social distancing in comparison to letting us all shop in B&Q, or Aldi, or catch a bus? The policy is a mess and panicky for reasons I cant quite fathom at the moment.
Recognise your mortality, particularly if you've been having fun along the way. Have we forgotten that our job is to keep living not staying alive?
If you can do this, you may like me be thinking WTF is going on? We've always had flu, some years not so bad, others I've spent Christmas in bed. Why, if 30,000, or possibly even 60,000 people die from a population of 66m, of which 10m may have been infected, have we been in isolation, particularly when somewhere between 30% and 50% of deaths may likely to have been in care homes? That is an effing scandal. WTF constitutes care for the elderly, that's what I want to know. Why am I at home trying to protect them?
Come on people, folks queuing for a coffee or climbing on a plane should be the least of our worries. Let's be honest we either fly or we don't. If we do then do it and stop shaming those that do. Even the bloke taking the photo is a prat for trying to moralise. If he was so bothered he should have stayed at home.