"It all started when I went to our local B&M", said Clayton resident James Bingley-Bongley.
"Why someone had their horse stood ten feet from the door rather than the carpark is a mystery in itself", he continued. "Then I thought 'I have to pick up after our Buster drops one, why isn't it the same for horses'".
He then started a petition and has upwards of ten signatures so far. Antipodean entrepreneur, Bertie Bollsock, has picked up on the idea and intends marketing them as Equine Ordure Bags if legislation goes through.