Originally Posted by ryberg
Walking in the other day I saw that an updated version of the sign announcing that pets are prohibited on the beaches of Playa had been installed by the city at the end of the 8th street. It's basically the same sign as before but with the updated Solidaridad logotype and such things, and also this time mounted on metal legs. The same sign is in place in the same way at the end of 6th, so I assume it must be up and down the beach again. Just in case it seemed like the city was letting this issue die, well, apparently it isn't.
I'll see if I can get a shot of the sign later to post here, for what it's worth.
At Tukan and Mamitas beaches, there are also signs prohibiting people from swiming in the sea after drinking alcohol or/and eating food. Fellow beachgoers are asked to report such incidents to the competent authorities. However, it doesn't specify whether offenders will be x-rayed or asked to empty their stomachs.
And the sign prohibits all mascots - not only dogs - so don't even dream of bringing your goldfish for a stroll and bowel clearing.