Owners of beachfront mansions hire security guards to issue trespass notices as decades of public access to the California coast come under threat.
Tony Salazar has come to the beach with a folding chair and a sense of entitlement. “The beach is for everybody,” he says as he picks his spot on a picturesque patch of Malibu shoreline. “This is something that belongs to the public. It doesn’t matter how much money you have.”
He gestures towards a sweep of architect-designed houses on a stretch of sand to his left. “Just because you buy the front house, doesn’t mean you own the beach.”
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Source Credits: Elizabeth Day in The Guardian. The photo above is said to be of Brad Pitt’s living room.