Audi parking redux

A few days ago we published a photo of an Audi taking up not one, but two disabled parking spots.  Here it is again, to refresh the memory:

Spotted outside the Bunnings Warehouse in Rongotai on Friday 17th May 2013,

Questioned the lady on a permit and all she said was it was ok because she was dropping off her boy!!

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Well, someone didn’t like that lady’s attitude and did some more investigating.

c41e2e59d8cb79ccffff8090ffffd502Persis Jilla owns an Audi A7  GJG432

http://www.osteopathichealth.co.nz/5473.html

Persis Jilla       Osteopath

A graduate of the British School of Osteopathy, London, Persis has worked in General Practices in the UK and Switzerland. She has specific expertise working with babies and children as well as pregnancy and post natal related health issues. She also offers cranial osteopathy.

Persis is also enjoying the experience of her baby boy, the wide range of Arts in Welington and is a keen cook.

Reading that, you’d expect Persis to be a little more sensitive to the needs of people requiring disabled parking.  So much so, that the act of dropping off her healthy boy shouldn’t really require the use of two disabled parking spots.

Tut tut Persis.

 


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