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someone took a pic and posted it on twitter. http://www.harlowstar.co.uk/News/Harlow-news/SACKED-For-parking-in-a-disabled-bay-12072012.htm
tomario tomario 46-50, M 9 Answers Jul 14, 2012

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well there are many reaons as to to why he may have parked in the space i myself have a van for buisiness while i always use non disabled spaces as a preference they are often there for no other reson than to meet council requirements other than a specific need for one particular user and if i have to use one for ie loading / unloading goods i will <br />
now im not sure that parking in a disabled space is a sackable offence but he may have just been legitimate to use the last space or just plain lazy to park further away which he should have been warned / repromanded for but sacked for this infraction reading between the lines id say they wanted to get rid of them for other reasons what ever they may be

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Maybe the boss was disabled? ;-)

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if the space was meant for customers of the business where he worked i can understand his boss being very angry it if they got a complaint. depending on the day he may have been having, it could very well be perfectly understandable. it's just not cool to park in a handicapped spot if you're not handicapped. if one person, with a legitimate need for the spot, has to wait a few extra seconds for one person who doesn't need the spot, but just doesn't want to wait, it's wrong. but yeah. losing your job over a parking spot DOES feel like a bit much.

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someone took a pic and posted it on twitter! company logo to the fore lol

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ooh! ouch!

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Was he a parking bylaw officer? If not, a hefty fine would have been appropriate.

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