Many will point, some will take a photo and others might have their kids climb on it for a family holiday snapshot. The statue of a proud, Great Dane keeping an eye over the historic Jubilee Square day in and day out have hundreds of tourists asking "Why is there a statue of a dog in the middle of Simon's Town?"
Just Nuisance also enjoyed taking the train with the seamen. The conductors didn't like this one bit and threatened to put down the dog. The seamen, along with Cape Town residents would not allow this, and realised they can save him and allow him free train rides if he is enlisted as an official seaman in the navy. After handing in his application as 'First Name: Just, Last Name: Nuisance', the first and only dog in the Royal Navy was enlisted.
Just Nuisance died after complications from a car crash in 1944 and left behind his beautiful wife (Adinda) and 5 healthy puppies! With his death and burial his body was covered with a Royal Naval Ensign. He was honoured with a gun salute and full naval honours.