An idyllic Cornish beach has been criticised for the placement of a rock out at sea. From Ben Nevis being ‘too high’ and the Louvre being ‘not very interesting’, finicky visitor reviews are now commonplace

Lusty Glaze beach in Newquay, Cornwall, might have been 2017’s beach of the year, but it has a long way to go before it is beyond criticism. Representatives of the privately owned cove posted on its Facebook page this week to flag up a review from one visitor, who complained about hurting her leg on a rock on the beach.

“Something needs to be done about this rock as it is covered in beautiful waves and nobody can see it!” she wrote, prompting more than 100 comments ridiculing the request. “Good grief!” said one. “Sand, rocks and waves! Whatever is happening to our beaches?!?”

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Source: Gaurdian

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