A DAD has slammed litter louts after he found a trail of waste at a popular beauty spot while out walking with his toddler.
David Anderson, 25, of Inverurie, was out walking with his girlfriend and little Callum when he discovered more than 200 empty beer cans scattered along the bank of the River Don.
It is a favourite spot to take the 20-month-old, who likes to go there to feed the ducklings.
David said: “It is just disgusting. It’s really got my goat, we don’t expect to see that.
David added he likes to keep little Callum active, which is why they often go for walks along the river.
He said: “It’s been one of our favourite walks because there’s been a lot of baby ducks and baby swans. That’s why we went there – because he likes feeding the ducks.”
The cans were discovered alongside empty cigarette packets on Sunday last week, along the River Don near Port Elphinstone Bridge in Inverurie.
The customer care manager was so disgusted at the state of the picturesque spot he and his friend David Milbank, who regularly spends time picking up litter in the area, went out the following day to clear it up.
They spent almost an hour picking up the rubbish, but couldn’t get rid of it all before it got dark.