It would not bloody kill you to go and run somewhere other than the clifftop-walk between Tamarama and Bondi Beach while it’s full of crowds viewing the annual Sculptures By The Sea exhibition.
You do not own this piece of pavement, you do not have right of way over less agile pedestrians, and you should not get tetchy if someone’s dog nearly trips you up. You shouldn’t be trying to run through a crowd of slow-moving people anyway. It’s dangerous, inconsiderate and thoroughly selfish.
It’s your regular weekend run, perhaps? Tough titties. That means that you get to enjoy that stretch of clifftop regularly, while those who are there to see the sculptures on a spring weekend probably hardly get there any other time of year. The cliff-walk south of Bronte and north of Bondi is still clear to go for a run near the surf – what’s so hard about going in those directions instead?
Image Credit: from the 2006 SbtS, uploaded by MLHS.