Labour’s home-wrecker candidate pinches handicapped carparks

Home-wrecker and now handicapped car-parking stealer, Anna Lorck

Home-wrecker and now handicapped car-parking stealer, Anna Lorck

Labour’s home-wrecker candidate for Tukituki, Anna Lorck, is not only shameless with the married blokes, rude at candidates meetings, but now she has been sprung pinching handicapped car-parking spots.

Labour candidate Anna Lorck has apologised profusely for parking her branded vehicle in a mobility car park in Hastings.

Lorck’s SUV was seen parked in the designated car park outside the Ellwood Function Centre, where she was attending a meeting of farmers.   

Lorck is the Labour candidate for Tukituki, which takes in Hastings, Havelock North and Flaxmere.

She was “genuinely very sorry” and had “absolutely no intention to park there”.

“I had no idea. It was dark and I didn’t notice the signage. I was late and I arrived just before it started. The car park was full and I saw the car park and just parked,” she said.

If someone had let her know she was in a mobility park, she would have moved.

“If I had noticed someone else parked there I’d have let them know.”

What a pathetic excuse..she probably uses that when busted in some other bird’s bed…”Oh I’m sorry it was dark when I grabbed hold of this bloke for a rummage in the cot, didn’t realise it was your husband…if only you’d told me.”

Every day is a walk of shame for Anna Lorck.

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