Baked beans ‘vandal’ targets children’s park leaving play area covered in sauce

Bizarre images show how a baked bean "vandal" has targeted a children's park leaving play equipment covered in the popular snack.

The park in Swanwick, Hampshire, was left drenched in bean juice following the strange act on Wednesday.

A community Facebook page for the area shared the unsettling images alongside a warning from an anonymous parent.

The photo shows swings and a roundabout at Chapel Street Park with what appears to be baked beans sat on top.

One picture of a roundabout shows a large amount of beans poured into the centre of it.

Another shows two swings covered in yet more beans, leaving them unusable and the community despairing.

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Spotted in Swanwick 2 posted on Facebook on behalf of the parent, saying: "So today I take my little girl to Chapel Street Park, and this is what I found.

"Baked beans on the swings, the kids roundabout and on the basketball area. I don't understand.

"When we have all been cooped up for a while now, I would have thought people would want to look after parks."

The post soon made its way onto Twitter and quickly went viral, clocking up more than 21,000 likes.

It has caused widespread amusement among social media users.

@jfc-frankie wrote under the post: "I just can't bring myself to delete Facebook and it's because of posts like these."

@kylebnjmnross added: "un-beans-leavable."

@Louise-always said: "I laughed through my nose and my nose alone."

And @Theboat89 commented: "This is so British!"

On Facebook the jokes continued with Tadh Xuchil writing: "Back in my day we sat on the bean swing and we liked it.

"Entitled parents these days think their angels are too good for the bean."

While Saffron Hill joked: "To be honest in Heinzsight, I can see why they're upset."

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