I was at the Broadlands playground (the one behind that old farmhouse on Waxpool) yesterday and somebody had spread peanut butter all over it. It was easy to see on the swing chains, but it was spread thinly on the monkey bars and the sliding pole. It was definitely intentional. It was spread on the swing chains pretty thick which is where we first saw it (with a JIF lid nearby), but it was more lightly spread all over the monkey bars and the pole you slide down. I didn't notice it on these items at first but it felt slimy and I saw some thicker parts on closer inspection. This type of vandalism could seriously injure or kill a person with peanut allergies. If you see this happening at other playgrounds, please post to this forum (and notify the HOA and/or the police). The vandalism may intially seem innocuous, but peanut allergies can be life threatening and a prankster may unintentionally (or deliberately) send someone to the hospital or worse. If you know of someone who was involved in this, please report them to the police. HOA, do we have a way that this can be throurougly cleaned? I’m not sure of the best method, but it probably involves disinfectants, high-power washers, and lots of scrubbing.