It seems at the moment that people are getting caught by the tide and requiring rescue from the Holy Island causeway just about every weekend.
That's despite clear signs at each side, warnings and lists of safe crossing times.
Do people think those signs are there for a joke? Do they think in their arrogance: "Ah, it won't happen to me" and simply plough on regardless - and then get stuck?
Each rescue costs a fortune - and most could probably be avoided if people had read and paid note to the signs.
I have had a marvellous idea to stop people getting stuck. Put a little hut at each end of the causeway with a member of staff requiring that everyone who crosses signs a disclaimer and agrees to pay for the cost of their rescue if they require one.
I bet that would stop the stupidity in one fell swoop.