I'm slowly becoming incensed by some people's cavalier attitude to social distancing. The nice weather is encouraging too many people to go out when they shouldn't. When I go for my daily walk, I'm always mindful to keep the 2 metre distance from others. However, I've been astounded by the number of dog walkers and others that just don't seem to get it. Today I needed some shopping. I walked to the local Co-Op and was pleased to see tape on the floor of the aisles at the correct spacing. Most people were doing their best to observe the lines, except for a woman of about 30 who was wandering up and down the aisles, chatting on her phone and brushing past people. The second time she did it to me I said to her that she should be 2 metres away. She said that I was very rude to talk to her like that. I replied that she was being very selfish and inconsiderate to behave in the way that she was. What amazed me was that she told whoever she was talking to on the phone that she'd just been insulted by a very rude man. The sad thing is that if she ends up getting the virus, she won't for a minute think that her behaviour may be to blame. What's wrong with these people?