Little by little, they are invading lands in the placement of chairs, tables, and umbrellas
In Mexico, there are no private beaches, much less that spaces are appropriated for commercial use, and it seems that palaperos that are on one side of Avenida Del Mar do not abide by the law, and little by little they are appropriating bathing areas.
And it is that there are a series of complaints of disagreement on social networks due to the actions that the majority of palaperos who are on one side of Avenida del Mar are doing.
Sinaloa en Línea made a tour of the area and noted the placement of chairs, tables, and umbrellas in prohibited areas, leaving fewer spaces for people who come to enjoy the beach.
“It is not possible that palaperos are taking over the beach with the placement of tables, chairs, and umbrellas, and if we add the arrival of musical groups, leaving no space for bathers,” said a dissatisfied.
They make a call to inspectors of the Mayor’s Office to put order and prevent them from continuing to “eat” the area that is used for bathers.
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