Glad to know I'm not the only one who doesn't take kindly to littering in the parks, especially when there never seems to be a trash can any further away than what I could probably shot-put to. The custodians WDW has working for them are real good, but they are only human. They can't be everywhere at once. As such, I often find myself going vigilante on rubbish wherever I see it, especially in the queue of Pirates of the Carribean (on one occasion, a little boy and I guess his sister saw me doing this, and lended a hand. That warranted some high-fives for them, and low ones for me).
It drives me up the wall when I find that someone has gone out of their way to be a jerk with trash, and made it just about impossible for anyone to do anything about it. Case in point, going back to the POTC queue; the jail cell with the two skeletons hunched over the chess board. Once, I saw a scattering of soda bottles and plastic silverware down below, and finding myself desperately wanting to make the offending party eat the garbage (recycling be darned on this one). I couldn't help but imagine a little guy in a fedora too big for his noggin grabbing the bars and peering down below for the first time in his life, and having the awesome-ness get a bit tarnished by some creative slob's inconsideration.
Please, don't let me actually catch anyone doing this. I'm not entirely sure what I'd do, and I couldn't guarantee their enjoying the rest of their day at the happiest place on Earth.
"The society that draws too great of a distinction between its scholars and its warriors will end up having its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools." --probably Thucydides