Australia's 'national icon is being s**t on' | Bondi local says mounted cops using nation's most famous beach as a 'horse toilet'

Written by STEPHEN GIBBS FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA Monday, 08 January 2018 11:46
A NSW Police Mounted Unit patrol walks along the iconic sands of Sydney's Bondi Beach  A NSW Police Mounted Unit patrol walks along the iconic sands of Sydney's Bondi Beach NSW Police/Facebook

One of Bondi's most recognisable residents is waging a campaign to rid the beach of mounted police who he says treat the national icon as a 'horse toilet'. 

Speedo-wearing Dimitri Moskovich, who works out every day at Sydney's most famous beach, is so upset about horse droppings on his beloved Bondi he confronted Prime Minister Malclom Turnbull last week. 

'Stop police horses coming here,' Mr Moskovich told Mr Turnbull. 'We don't need horses here. It's an abuse to our beach.'

  • Police horses are used to regularly patrol major Sydney beaches including Bondi

  • The horses defecate on the sand and promenade, annoying some local residents

  • Dimitri Moskovich has taken his complaints to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

  • Mr Moskovich says the animals are turning a national icon into a 'horse toilet'   ... READ MORE

 

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