Monday 20 July 2009

Masonic influence?

Evans Road is just off the natural route for Policemen and Policewomen and even PCSOs returning to Redland Police Station. Which makes it a bit of a target for a parking ticket if you choose to occupy a convenient bit of pavement to leave your car (by driving on it). After all, driving on a pavement is illegal, so the Police can reasonably be expected to bring you to book if you do it.

Here's a photo of an offender suitably chastised by our Boys in Blue (this is no "BCC Parking Services" ticket).

But, why the favouritism? Why is only one of three vehicles penalised for committing the same offence? Could it be back-handers or Masonic influence or is it something even more sinister?

Ah! Sorted. It's that evil yellow paint again. Which stops just under this vehicle: P934FEW.

If the pavement had been just slightly wider this ticket could have been avoided...

So, no underhand corruption or nepotism here, then.

Just good old-fashioned law enforcement.

1 comment:

Dru Marland said...

...and a flat tyre too, I see. O dear, how sad.