I'm trying to find out where Carl Sergeant goes swimming. And I suspect that everyone else who heard his contribution to the 'Smoking Ban' debate today will be just as keen. If the answer is not found - and publicised - there could be a massive reduction in the number of people who attend Flintshire swimming pools.
Carl was making the point that smoke wends its way through the air and finds its way into some unsuspecting person's lungs. His analogy was that when a swimmer 'wees in a swimming pool', some unsuspecting fellow-occupier of the pool cops it. I see what he was getting at - but we all wondered what experience he was speaking from.
We have a debate on the quality of drinking water next week. I am looking forward to Carl's intervention.