Well there I was on the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond trying to take a picture of the seaplane taking off, when along comes a tourist family.
Their inane and excited chatter drove me round the bend, to the point of the peninsula where I was already standing, to get a better view.
They followed me.
And then just as the plane drew level, the male adult eedjit stepped in front of me and stood in the water, spoiling my view and my carefully framed photograph.
Livid? If he hadn't already been standing in the water, I would have pushed him in. By that time the shot was gone, and all I could manage was a quick shot as the plane sped away.
Naturally I thanked the gentleman most profusely for his thoughtful and considerate act.
He didn't even say 'sorry', he just looked at me and walked away - or maybe the eedjit is not actually from 'Effen' after all!