During my recent vacation, certainly there were a few SS's:
*the guy at the ferry dock who was not watching when he backed up his truck and hit a truck belonging to the ferry company that takes people to a popular tourist spot in my state that doesn't allow cars on the island. The backer up guy broke off a piece of side paneling, the ferry company truck suffered a small dent. There were about 50 people waiting for the next ferry that saw it happen. A police officer came by and I am sure the company truck driver did not get the ticket but we do not know as he was starting to ask both drivers when the ferry was taking on the passengers.
*The SS's that were talking a bit loud inside a historical Catholic church on the island especially when they saw some people sitting in the pews quietly or kneeling in prayer before the daily Mass or after the end of the Mass.
*The parents who had to get reprimanding their kindergarten aged kids as they were trying to touch things in a few places that cannot be touched. You would think a 5 or 6 year old should know better and listen the first time (or maybe the 2nd time).
*I wish it was not needed to have signs up reminding people to clean up their dog doo-doo. Even on the island, there are people who go around to clean the horse stuff from the carriages.
*At a restaurant on the main land, I treated my cousin, her 2 young kids and my grandmother to lunch before I headed home later in the day. The next table over had several kids who were about 7 to 10 years of age that kept getting up constantly and told constantly by parents to stay in their seats as the restaurant was pretty busy during the lunch rush. At least my cousin's kids (ages 3 and 5) sat down 99% of the time (if they got up for no good reason, they sat down when asked by my cousin - their mom), were not loud, ate their kids meal without issues, and behaved themselves.
*The Road Commission was very SS IMO. On my way home from my cousin's home, part of the main road was closed for repair with a detour, but the detour was not well posted at all especially when you came back to a main state road of which way to go. I took the wrong turn and went 20 minutes out of my way before a kind gas station clerk pointed me back the right way, and one person in line said the same thing happened to him a week before. Good thing that detour will go away in a few weeks time.