Ok, so I know this is a problem that can occur in all areas of life, but just being in the park last week and seeing the amount of people littering really bugged me. It was a really quiet day with not too many people about, and you would think that out of sheer embarrassment alone you would not want to be the person seen to be throwing rubbish around but it just seemed to happen a lot. We were sitting in Mutiny Bay having a snack and there were a couple of full tables around, people were feeding the ducks and that, having a bit of a laugh. Then the table of people across from us (not kids, more like late teens early twenties) just got up and left their rubbish everywhere. Hot dog cardboard trays, empty cups, papers, even a park map just chucked on the ground. It was disgusting and left the place looking like a tip. I feel sorry for the staff that have to deal with crap like that, there weren't that many of them on the food stalls so no one free to come clean it up, but the point is they shouldn't have to. There were bins everywhere, one of the good things about AT was how easy it is to get rid of rubbish, so I can't abide people just being filthy for the sake of it.
Anyway, not a lot the park can do about it I suppose, except maybe start fining people or chucking them out for littering
but just wanted to mention it. And SHAME on you if you were one of the dirtbirds!