A Nessie researcher is crying foul over what he says is an out of control problem at the famed Scottish landmark: litter!
Steve Feltham has spent over 25 years on a full-time 'monster hunt' at the site in the hopes of proving that the famed creature exists.
While Nessie has proven to be rather elusive to the indefatigable researcher, the same cannot be said for the overwhelming amount of trash that accumulates on the loch's beaches.
The issue has grown to be so troubling to area residents that they recently banded together to gather up some of the garbage strewn along the beaches.
Before one blames Nessie fans for the bad behavior, Feltham contends that it is actually not their fault.
Check out the Coast to Coast AM website to find out who many residents suspect may be behind the rubbish problem at Loch Ness.