Slacker causes major parking SNAFU

With me being the slacker.  Once again I was busy and then took off for selfish reasons and the parking posts have been backing up in my email.  So here we go:

Hi Cam

I don’t if this quite applies as bad parking, but this is an example of parking that occurs on a regular basis in China. It was taken in downtown Changchun, northern China. They were sitting there for about 15 mins on quite a busy roundabout that’s probably 4 or 5 lanes wide (road markings only provide a rough guide). I waited a while for the shot and took the opportunity to capture the funny little 3 wheel car of which there are many of them buzzing around the north like a rash.

In the end someone arrived with some jumper leads and they were both on their merry way.

Anyway, the Chinese way…

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While I havent been a fan of the parking segment this one is better than some.   Why be arrogant and take up two parks when you can take up four?

What I would love to see are two lefthand drive motorcycles with sidecars and two right had motorcycles with sidecars parking in the four corners.
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To be fair they were attending a non urgent car accident.
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Russley golf course. Christchurch. Wednesday the 3rd of July
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And here we have one with a ticket on it!  YES!
This is a repeat offender. I sent you some photos of the same vehicle a couple of weeks ago. Ticket duly served.
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I got a ripper of a photo of terrible parking on the weekend. This guy parked outside a restaurant on Dominion Rd, went into a shop and hadn’t come out when I left half an hour later. Just wish I had had a WOBH parking ticket with me.
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