Brighton drivers who park like a t*** shamed online

Posted On 19 Aug 2014 at 9:22 am
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Bad Brighton drivers beware – you may be publicly shamed by a new Facebook group which features photographic evidence of lousy parking.

Mike Manion's picture of a police car parked in a disabled space at the BP garage in Lewes Road, Brighton

Mike Manion’s picture of a police car parked in a disabled space at the BP garage in Lewes Road, Brighton

The group, called Parking like a t*** in Brighton, is liked by more than 2,000 people who gleefully post pictures of bad parking they see around the city.

It features everything from ordinary family cars to four wheel drives, vans, taxis, sports cars and even police cars – nobody who parks inconsiderately is safe.

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  1. feline1 Reply

    This will all be great fun until some litigious clown decides to try and get the Facebook page owners and the person who took the photograph prosecuted for “online harassment” or whatever the latest draconian law thought up by Theresa May is. Indeed, if you publish a picture of the police in action don’t be surprised if they come after you on some spurious “terrorist” charge.

    That notwithstanding, bring it on 🙂

  2. feline1 Reply

    This will all be great fun until some litigious clown decides to try and get the Facebook page owners and the person who took the photograph prosecuted for “online harassment” or whatever the latest draconian law thought up by Theresa May is. Indeed, if you publish a picture of the police in action don’t be surprised if they come after you on some spurious “terrorist” charge.

    That notwithstanding, bring it on 🙂

  3. Iain Chambers Reply

    If the police in this picture were attending a store re a suspected shoplifter, then parking nearest the store is the best thing for all concerned. Equally if that space was the only one available, isn’t it then legitimate for anyone to park there?

  4. Iain Chambers Reply

    If the police in this picture were attending a store re a suspected shoplifter, then parking nearest the store is the best thing for all concerned. Equally if that space was the only one available, isn’t it then legitimate for anyone to park there?

  5. feline1 Reply

    No it isn’t, Iain, as it undermines the very fabric of society with its lawlessness. Allow this sort of thing to continue and within weeks we’ll all have reverted to tribal savagery.

  6. feline1 Reply

    No it isn’t, Iain, as it undermines the very fabric of society with its lawlessness. Allow this sort of thing to continue and within weeks we’ll all have reverted to tribal savagery.

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