Monday, March 9, 2015

Stonehenge defiled by rowdy public on Winter Solstice

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Staff had to clear up bodily waste after the summer solstice Photo: SWNS Group
UNITED KINGDOM---Conservationists call for ban on entering monument, while neo-druid leader says it must remain open. The ancient monument Stonehenge was damaged during the Winter Solstice – the shortest day of the year – with people spraying graffiti on the stones and sticking chewing gum to it. Volunteers and staff were reportedly "left in tears" after the last Summer Solstice as well, forced to clean vomit and feces from the location after tens of thousands partied at the location throughout the night. [link]