Today's award goes to assorted moonbats in Bristol, England. A tip o' the hat to reader N. S. for sending me the link.
All the fish in a lake in Bristol are to be removed and destroyed in a bid to discourage fishing.
Last year, the local Neighbourhood Partnership voted to ban fishing at St George's Park lake to stop wildlife being harmed by fishing line and hooks.
It has now approved an option proposed by Bristol City Council to destroy the fish rather than relocate them.
There's more at the link.
So . . . first you ban fishing in the lake to stop wildlife being harmed . . . and now you're going to kill those same wild critters . . . to discourage fishing.
Is it just me, or is the logic somewhere waaaaaay out in left field on this one?