Auckland Council misbehaving

Is this the trickle-down effect in action?  The guy at the top doesn’t have to follow the rules, so neither does anyone else?  This, via the Tipline

An Auckland Council car has been parked here in a 30 minute zone directly under the sign for well over the permitted time.  Here are the photos showing them 38 minutes apart.  We are currently sitting at nearly 50 minutes and counting (not taking into account the time it was there before I started counting.




Well, the driver of GGR339 is going to need a telling off when s/he gets back to council.

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