… bus operator First Cymru has suspended evening services in parts of a Swansea community following what it calls acts of "vandalism". It says the number 28 service will no longer serve the area around St Clears Place, Penlan, until further notice.And….those problems are?
South Wales Police said they were working with the firm to tackle the problems.
One passenger, who did not want to give her name, said she had been on one of the buses when it was attacked.Blimey!
However, the real problem is a little bit less exotic:
"The children round here have been throwing rocks, food, balls and anything they can get their hands on at the buses," she said.Lovely…
"And it's not just in St Clears Place they are doing it, they are throwing things at the buses on Heol Cadifor too.
"I've been on the bus when they throw things at it, some of the people get quite scared.
Some of the children are as young as five and their parents are with them and they just don't seem to care. There's a sign on the bus saying they won't be coming up here after five o'clock. But the problem isn't just in St Clears Place, they are doing this all over Penlan."