Fear the Whale Parking Army

This follows on from our “parking in two handicapped spaces” post I had yesterday.

Via the Tipline

Whale

The owner of this vehicle is TE ORANGA ARAHUTA HIKU

Her registration ran out on 16 Feb 2013.

Oh dear.

Oh dear oh dear.

Who is Te Oranga Arahuta Hiku?

Wouldn’t you know our luck?  Her Facebook page is wide open.

Here she is.

via Facebook

via Facebook

Now, some of you convinced yourselves that she is a Lion Red drinker.  Turns out you’re wrong.

via Facebook

via Facebook

One word of warning.  Te Oranga moves in the sorts of circles where you may have to be careful not to take your thirst for parking enforcement too far.

via Facebook

via Facebook

 

via Facebook

via Facebook

Anyway – Ms Hiku, now would be a good time to go pay your rego.

It seems to me that you need the car to get Tui, and food for your brand new baby.

via Facebook

via Facebook


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