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Friends of mine live in a very remote cottage. A public footpath runs through their garden. Normally, it is little used. However, on the sunny Sunday before the actual lockdown, but when social distancing was in operation, 19 walkers traipsed through.

One rambloid couple, deep in conversation, veered too close to my friends, who were sitting on their garden

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