I work at a large sporting club that has, amongst other facilities, a swimming pool (recently re-opened after a major renovation).
The main pool and the kiddies pool are both connected to the same filtration system, so when some child has a bit of a "whoopsie" (and we're talking the solid kind) the pool gets shut for 4 hours so that the system can run a full cycle.
Ok, kids have accidents - this I know. However, the club sells the waterproof swimming style nappies (diapers) cheaply right by the side of the pool. It was noted in last months newsletter and message from the GM that it had happened 4 times in one week after the re-opening. People were asked to keep a better eye on their kids etc.
It happened again today. A number of members have chewed my ear about it and I'm in a completely different area!
Seriously...how hard is it to watch your kid and put the waterproof (ie keep the mess in) nappy/diaper on it?