Adelaide Lord Mayor Michael Harbison is under fire for chaining 10 bicycles bearing campaign messages to poles around Adelaide. (Adelaide Now)
So, what is the problem?
Are cyclists complaining because the campaign bikes are taking up parking space? Apparently not.
The first problem seems to be about the timing as regards to when you can start using Council property.
The other issue is about blatant advertising in a city with the toughest advertising regulations in the country.
"...it was cheeky to leave the bike there when traders were under stricter controls about how they could use advertising."
There seems to be one set of rules for the rulers and a different set for the ruled.
I wonder if the Mayor actually rides a bike?
Update "LORD Mayor Michael Harbison has been asked to remove his "Harbo for Mayor" bikes from the city."
(Lord Mayor's bikes go)