The tourists in the scenic spot have fun with the feather fan of the stone statue. When can the quality of tourists be improved when tourists pull out the feather fan carved in the hands of the statue in the scenic spot?
Take the feather fan in the hands of the stone statue in the scenic spot park. Although the feather fan is also made of stone, it is obviously an illegal act of destroying public property. It is necessary to investigate legal liability and compensate for economic damage.
Of course, such a feather fan can be removed from the scenic spot. Why should it be designed like this? Aren't you afraid of being taken away? Aren't you afraid of being taken down and damaged?
Judging from your comments, it is generally believed that this is a problem of human quality, which is indeed a problem of quality. A statue in the scenic spot should be a public product for the public. As a tourist, he has no right to damage the public product.
Although he went to fetch this fan, there was not necessarily a subjective motive for damage, but objectively it was easy to cause damage. It is also a question of quality. Without considering the design of such a statue and serving other public, we should not damage the objects on it casually.
When can tourists be trained not to touch such public statues? Consciously maintain the original appearance and safety status of such public products?