They park near shops on the pavement so that primary school children and parents with prams have had to walk out on to the road to get round their vehicles. These drivers couldn't care less.
I reported this to the police two days ago, I intend to take the numbers of these constant wrong-doers and give them to the police. Please highlight this disgrace.
Pensioner, Name and address supplied
IT appears some dog walkers now leave their manners at home, as well as the leads required to properly control their animals.
On a recent run along the Forth & Clyde canal I was forced to stop when a very large dog bounded towards me barking.
My first polite request that lady owner put the dog on a lead was ignored and my second appeal got the response 'shut up'.
Responsible owner? I don't think so.
Daniel Shields, Glasgow
"THE Hydro is best of British" read the headline in the Evening Times (Monday).
It's a pity that won't apply when it comes to the beer sold in the venue.
The Hydro's owners have chosen an exclusive deal with Dutch multinational Heineken - what a missed opportunity, when there are more than 60 breweries in Scotland, and 1000 down south.
At a time when more people are seeking local products, the Hydro is looking old-fashioned.
Robbie Pickering, Glasgow
Food on board
I WATCHED a bus driver pursue a customer up the stairs of the bus to insist that he leave the vehicle with his cup of coffee or he'd phone the police.
The customer left but I was bemused as I have seen people bring pizzas, fish suppers and whole family meals on board without a word said, before proceeding to stink the whole bus out.
So First Bus, what is the policy here?