The BAD PARKING thread [vol4]

The BAD PARKING thread [vol4]

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Cliftonite

7,521 posts

96 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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From Facebook. Note PCN.



Quote: (Steve Jacko Frost) You would not think a traffic warden could stoop so low


thetapeworm

9,066 posts

197 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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Photo taken from next to a give way junction.

Vipers

28,812 posts

186 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"

DoubleD

14,596 posts

66 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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Vipers said:
You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"
Why not just park next to that white Audi? That would save you time with handing out your notes and allow you to do something more interesting in life.

Vipers

28,812 posts

186 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"
Why not just park next to that white Audi? That would save you time with handing out your notes and allow you to do something more interesting in life.
Because I don't abandon my car like this, and this really pisses me off. And this corner protects one side of my car and the back, parking next to the Audi doesn't.

DoubleD

14,596 posts

66 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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Vipers said:
DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"
Why not just park next to that white Audi? That would save you time with handing out your notes and allow you to do something more interesting in life.
Because I don't abandon my car like this, and this really pisses me off. And this corner protects one side of my car and the back, parking next to the Audi doesn't.
Well the space next to the Audi or behind the jag will be an end space. This will protect 1 side of your car and allow you to spend more time enjoying life and less time putting notes under windscreen wipers.

MartG

16,625 posts

162 months

Saturday 8th July 2017
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This was spotted at 04:30 this morning by someone walking their dog. No sign of owner, and removed by police


Plastic chicken

341 posts

162 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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"What sign....?"

Cliftonite

7,521 posts

96 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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Plastic chicken said:


"What sign....?"
The three-pointed badge trumps that sign!


Vipers

28,812 posts

186 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"
Why not just park next to that white Audi? That would save you time with handing out your notes and allow you to do something more interesting in life.
Because I don't abandon my car like this, and this really pisses me off. And this corner protects one side of my car and the back, parking next to the Audi doesn't.
Well the space next to the Audi or behind the jag will be an end space. This will protect 1 side of your car and allow you to spend more time enjoying life and less time putting notes under windscreen wipers.
This is the BAD PARKING THREAD don't you know. biggrin

Another one drives in, abandons car and goes to shop.


nonsequitur

14,862 posts

74 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
DoubleD said:
Vipers said:
You may think no biggie, but I usually try to park in the bay to the left to protect one side of my car and the back.



Left a polite note "One car = one space, try harder next time"
Why not just park next to that white Audi? That would save you time with handing out your notes and allow you to do something more interesting in life.
Because I don't abandon my car like this, and this really pisses me off. And this corner protects one side of my car and the back, parking next to the Audi doesn't.
Well the space next to the Audi or behind the jag will be an end space. This will protect 1 side of your car and allow you to spend more time enjoying life and less time putting notes under windscreen wipers.
I would argue that MORE notes should be placed under WW. BP has now become an epidemic. I suspect from your post that said note has been left under YOUR WW?

Vipers

28,812 posts

186 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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nonsequitur said:
I would argue that MORE notes should be placed under WW. BP has now become an epidemic. I suspect from your post that said note has been left under YOUR WW?
If "ever" a note was left under my WW it would only to praise my perfect parking abilities. biggrin

Liquid Silk

9 posts

49 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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This utter bellthronk in The Oracle, Reading today. Parking in there is a monumental challenge at the best of times but this selfish arse took it to a new level.




Hoofy

71,149 posts

240 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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Liquid Silk said:
This utter bellthronk in The Oracle, Reading today. Parking in there is a monumental challenge at the best of times but this selfish arse took it to a new level.



Unless he has two tickets, report him and he'll get a parking fine for not having paid for two spaces. biggrin

Liquid Silk

9 posts

49 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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I was tempted but someone beat me to it as there was a snottagram from The Oracle on it, I was surprised he didn't get ticketed though. Honestly, this really pissed me off. I sort of get the idea of occupying two spaces, I've never done it but when I see someone doing it at the end of a virtually empty car park it just makes me chuckle. However, when thundercanutes such as this one do it in a car park that's toppers at the best of times it just makes me want to kick a panel in (I wouldn't for the avoidance of doubt but I'm sure you know what I mean).

Hoofy

71,149 posts

240 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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Liquid Silk said:
I was tempted but someone beat me to it as there was a snottagram from The Oracle on it, I was surprised he didn't get ticketed though. Honestly, this really pissed me off. I sort of get the idea of occupying two spaces, I've never done it but when I see someone doing it at the end of a virtually empty car park it just makes me chuckle. However, when thundercanutes such as this one do it in a car park that's toppers at the best of times it just makes me want to kick a panel in (I wouldn't for the avoidance of doubt but I'm sure you know what I mean).
Yeah, bit annoying. Am surprised he didn't get a ticket!

Osinjak

3,186 posts

79 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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Hoofy said:
Liquid Silk said:
I was tempted but someone beat me to it as there was a snottagram from The Oracle on it, I was surprised he didn't get ticketed though. Honestly, this really pissed me off. I sort of get the idea of occupying two spaces, I've never done it but when I see someone doing it at the end of a virtually empty car park it just makes me chuckle. However, when thundercanutes such as this one do it in a car park that's toppers at the best of times it just makes me want to kick a panel in (I wouldn't for the avoidance of doubt but I'm sure you know what I mean).
Yeah, bit annoying. Am surprised he didn't get a ticket!
I had a peek at the note, all it said was something along the lines of, 'Please do not park in two spaces, your details have been recorded and action will be taken next time.' And that was it! rolleyes

ess

649 posts

136 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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Greenwich peninsula.

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silver1011

312 posts

174 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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That's not bad parking, that's genius.

Even more so when you consider the average age of a Honda Jazz driver is 86.

MartG

16,625 posts

162 months

Sunday 9th July 2017
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ess said:
Greenwich peninsula.

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"My other car is a Smart"