& # 39; Go back to your garbage dump and don't come back! & # 39; Virginia Beach residents express anger at noisy Memorial Day visitors who left TEN waste on the coast
- Work crews removed 10 tons of garbage after the event & # 39; Floatopia & # 39; in Virginia Beach
- Video shows the beach strewn with piles of junk and discarded stuff
- Residents give outrage to visitors for destroying their pristine beach
Residents of Virginia Beach are left after Memorial Day weekend beach goers leave piles of trash on the shore.
Public work teams and civilian volunteers responded Monday morning to the Chic & # 39; s Beach section of Virginia Beach to clean up after the mess left after the annual & # 39; Floatopia & # 39; party.
A total of ten tonnes of waste was removed from the coast compared to the average of one tonne after a typical weekend, WAVY TV reported.
Video of the disgusting aftermath of resident Melissa Noel quickly went viral after she posted it on Facebook and drew angry reactions from locals and elected officials.
Residents of Virginia Beach are left after Memorial Day weekend beach goers leave piles of trash on the shore
Monday after the annual Floatopia event, the crews collected 10 tonnes of waste from the beach
& # 39; I was disappointed to wake up this morning and to see pictures of our beautiful Chesapeake Bay beach falling after our Sunday festivities & # 39 ;, wrote Michael F. Berlucchi on Twitter.
# We can do it better than this! Let's work together to keep our city beautiful, & he said.
& # 39; You are all waste – you have left some of your ignorant $ @@ on the beach & # 39 ;, Linda Berardi wrote on Facebook.
& # 39; You are not welcome. Go back to your garbage dump neighborhoods and don't come back! & # 39; Berardi went on.
& # 39; I saw what your event left behind this year … I hope no one ever gives you permission again & # 39 ;, said Philip Taylor.
Thousands flocked to Memorial Beach on the weekend of Memorial Day for Floatopia, a celebration celebrating the unofficial start of the summer
The packed coast can be seen during the holiday weekend for Floatopia in Virginia Beach
The water and sand were full of beachgoers for Floatopia this year
& # 39; This is rancid! How can people be so disrespectful of mother earth, our water, our country and our humanity? People need to stop this abuse, & Mari Kelley wrote.
A resident advised to relocate the event to Virginia Beach's landfill next year, with the note that there is a pond behind the landfill that you can all float into. You should feel better at home there.
Floatopia is an annual event in Virginia Beach that celebrates the unofficial start of the summer.
& # 39; It is absolutely ridiculous the condition in which they left the beach & # 39 ;, wrote resident Sam seal on Facebook.
& # 39; People from VB and almost every tourist destination or always wonder why we can't have fun events without all the hassle. This is why. People are the reason that we can never do something fun. Well done, making people dirty. & # 39;
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