Part of Bristol's Harbourside has been shut to the public following days of "anti-social behaviour".
Hundreds of people gathered by the water on Wednesday 24 June to enjoy the hottest day of the year as temperatures topped 30 degrees.
However day drinking, anti-social behaviour and people urinating in public spaces has forced the council to install fences along a stretch of the Harbour.
It is hoped the fencing will stop people gathering in large numbers.
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Earlier this week, fencing was put up in an effort to stop people accessing the reed bed nature reserves at the end of Hannover Quay, which residents say have become more of a toilet than a wildlife haven in recent weeks.
The morning after, Thursday 25 June, residents were left to clean up.
Litter was seen strewn across the docks, Clifton Downs and other public parks, with hundreds of nitrous oxide canisters left on the floor.
People who live in the area also complained about the lack of respect people were showing by being loud late into the night.
Elsewhere, nearly 500 people enjoyed the sun on Plymouth's Barbican.
The reports were similar to Bristol, with people allegedly partying late into the night.
Videos showed people inhaling balloons filled with laughing gas and then throwing the canisters onto the floor.
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This morning, locals were left to clean up bottles, carrier bags full of litter and even a container full of urine.
Empty cider cans were also seen floating in the water, along with hundreds of disposed nitrous oxide canisters.
More than 10 bin bags were filled with rubbish left behind from those gathering on the Barbican.
A local officer for Devon and Cornwall Police tweeted and said it was "unacceptable behaviour".
Other witnesses said people were just centimetres apart and not sticking to social distancing measures.
People also flocked to Warleigh Weir, a popular wild swimming spot near Bath.
Videos showed dozens of people swimming and enjoying the water in the heat.
Last month, the landowner shut the weir off to the public after people were dangerously parked along the A36.
People have also taken to social media to share pictures of the litter left by visitors on Weston-super-Mare beach.
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