Penalty Charge Notice - pkt x 40 fake parking tickets 25p @ wilko in store
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Penalty Charge Notice - pkt x 40 fake parking tickets 25p @ wilko in store

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Found 13th Aug 2014
Found in store in Eccles.
Packets of 40 fake penalty charge notices with plastic wallets.
25p (still £1 online)

390 Comments

Why would you want to do tat to someone?

The word PRANK comes to mind. I bought some of these a few years ago off ebay and had fun with them lol

Oh these would be hilarious with all the cars that park round my way causing neighbours to illegally. I can just see a couple of neighbours fuming at getting one of these, mind you I can also see one old codger chasing me in his mobility scooter when I head of out for my run.

Brilliant head added for the fun !

Great for when school starts again for all the idiot parents parking dangerously whilst dropping off Lucinda and Tobias

heat added

abbiislam

Brilliant head added for the fun !



Can I also get head

Do you think I could put one of these on my own van to fool the inspector into thinking I already have one?

Pfft...!

Cold!!

I can get a free one by parking on double yellow lines!!!

X)

(Heat added btw)

I remember years ago someone in our office using something similart on a colleagues car as a joke, which spectacularly back-fired. Its a long story, but when the 'victim' went to pay the fine - yes, it got that far - the police were called and the person who issues the 'ticket' was charged by the police for illegally issueing athe ticket. I won't be touching these with a barge pole.

Banned

Just leave your car in a supermarket car park, you can collect as many fake parking tickets as you want

gavinl47

I remember years ago someone in our office using something similart on a … I remember years ago someone in our office using something similart on a colleagues car as a joke, which spectacularly back-fired. Its a long story, but when the 'victim' went to pay the fine - yes, it got that far - the police were called and the person who issues the 'ticket' was charged by the police for illegally issueing athe ticket. I won't be touching these with a barge pole.

wtf for putting a clearly fake ticket on someones window?

Looking for something like this for the people who park across pavements and block the way for pram/wheelchair etc users.

Ideally, need something with glue that's difficult to remove from windscreen - any suggestions?

666FU

Can I also get head



I'll have heard too if it's being given away

vsy

I'll have head too if it's being given away

I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of those a@#@holes who park in the disabled bays in the local supermarket. Just sit back and amuse yourself at the frustration when they return to their cars. Hey, maybe worth filming for a new TV or YouTube show lol!

Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and disabled spaces at shops/supermarkets

Oh yeah !

Heat

I live in cleethorpes & thus I don't need any of these... The reason being, there are more traffic wardens than cars. If your tyre is pressed against the curb you get a ticket, or the shaddow from your car goes 1mm over a yellow line and if you park 1mm onto a parking space line you also get a ticket... our local council must be the most affluent in the country!

anthony69

I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of … I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of those a@#@holes who park in the disabled bays in the local supermarket. Just sit back and amuse yourself at the frustration when they return to their cars. Hey, maybe worth filming for a new TV or YouTube show lol!



Fascist. What's your problem with disabled people?!

Newbold

Looking for something like this for the people who park across pavements … Looking for something like this for the people who park across pavements and block the way for pram/wheelchair etc users.Ideally, need something with glue that's difficult to remove from windscreen - any suggestions?



And then, quite rightly, you'll get done for criminal damage if you're seen. /rollseyes/

anthony69

I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of … I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of those a@#@holes who park in the disabled bays in the local supermarket. Just sit back and amuse yourself at the frustration when they return to their cars. Hey, maybe worth filming for a new TV or YouTube show lol!




There is a reason people park in disabled bays at the supermarkets. Nothing can be done as it's private property. And for them to issue a charge notice would be rediculous, as parking in a disabled bay loses them nothing. If I got a ticket in that circumstance, I'd simply remove it from my windscreen and chuck it on the floor.

gavinl47

I remember years ago someone in our office using something similart on a … I remember years ago someone in our office using something similart on a colleagues car as a joke, which spectacularly back-fired. Its a long story, but when the 'victim' went to pay the fine - yes, it got that far - the police were called and the person who issues the 'ticket' was charged by the police for illegally issueing athe ticket. I won't be touching these with a barge pole.



I don't think i've ever read so much rubbish on here before.

Andi Keane

Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and … Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and disabled spaces at shops/supermarkets Oh yeah !Heat



the parent child ones are ridiculous anyway. A person has popped a child out of their ****** therefore they get preferential parking? No.

Such hatred to people with kids , wow

I see the point about people bashing your car but people can be ignorant, rude and disrespectful of others property wherever they park


I also imagine that this type of persons will use whatever spaces they like

And therefore fit into a category all of there own

Baz8755

Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But … Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But parent and baby spaces are a farce and should be placed at the furthest and most remote part of the car park where they can all bump and scratch each others people carriers and jeeps, then no-one will park in their special spots.


Baz8755

Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But … Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But parent and baby spaces are a farce and should be placed at the furthest and most remote part of the car park where they can all bump and scratch each others people carriers and jeeps, then no-one will park in their special spots.


The idea behind it is that a parent with a baby or small child in a car seat needs extra door room to get the chair/child out - stops them damaging other people cars in the 'normal' narrow spaces- let them have their own spaces and damge each others cars.

Nodnyl

Do you think I could put one of these on my own van to fool the inspector … Do you think I could put one of these on my own van to fool the inspector into thinking I already have one?



That's what I was thinking too... park up somewhere you're not allowed (but which is convenient for the purpose you need it) and stick one of these on, so the parking inspectors think you've already been "fined"... they should continue on their way and you can return from your mission and drive off "sans PCN"...

Although I guess the inspector would have to be pretty stupid to not realise they haven't tagged you and I guess the generic-look of these would be different to the specific look of the tickets the inspector is likely to be issuing.

ideal for ignorant drives who parking opposite of my drive or other car, several time phone police and whole swat unit been through my street to find this selfish person.

Justingy

I live in cleethorpes & thus I don't need any of these... The reason … I live in cleethorpes & thus I don't need any of these... The reason being, there are more traffic wardens than cars. If your tyre is pressed against the curb you get a ticket, or the shaddow from your car goes 1mm over a yellow line and if you park 1mm onto a parking space line you also get a ticket... our local council must be the most affluent in the country!


You're very lucky, then - it's keeping your council tax down.

You can legally park in residential disabled bays BTW

I might try sticking one on a police car

I don't usually get involved in this type of discussion but really feel the need here given the ridiculous backlash against parent and baby spaces.
Anyone who has had a child knows how difficult it is to carry a baby and go shopping, so the spaces being close to the store entrance is a godsend (and usually prevent you crossing the car park with a child).
I find the comment about the size of some parents rude and extremely disrespectful.
People who use these spaces without children obviously lack respect, common courtesy and are downright lazy.

This is my opinion based on (1) being a parent (2) being the user of these spaces (3) being slim and having a good level of fitness.

I'm sure someone will have a 'witty' retort to this and I look forward to reading it.

posty123

I don't think i've ever read so much rubbish on here before.



you`ve not been here long then

Moncymru

I don't usually get involved in this type of discussion but really feel … I don't usually get involved in this type of discussion but really feel the need here given the ridiculous backlash against parent and baby spaces.Anyone who has had a child knows how difficult it is to carry a baby and go shopping, so the spaces being close to the store entrance is a godsend (and usually prevent you crossing the car park with a child).I find the comment about the size of some parents rude and extremely disrespectful. People who use these spaces without children obviously lack respect, common courtesy and are downright lazy. This is my opinion based on (1) being a parent (2) being the user of these spaces (3) being slim and having a good level of fitness.I'm sure someone will have a 'witty' retort to this and I look forward to reading it.



Don't worry about it, it's just the natural born whingers, who won't think things through and believe the world should revolve around their needs. If supermarkets got rid of all the parent spaces placed near the store entrance, then they would just move on to whinging about something else. Like all the toddlers walking across the the supermarket car parks.

jamgin

Great for when school starts again for all the idiot parents parking … Great for when school starts again for all the idiot parents parking dangerously whilst dropping off Lucinda and Tobias

What about Tarquin and Lettice?

Banned

anthony69

I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of … I'm tempted just to get some of these to stick on the windscreens of those a@#@holes who park in the disabled bays in the local supermarket.


The law says that disabled bays (and parent & child bays) in supermarket car parks are for anyone to use, regardless of whether they are disabled or not, or a parent. The law also states that discimination is 'a bad thing'. As such, given that we are all encouraged to be decent, non-discriminatory, law-abiding citizens, it is not only our right, but our civic duty to use them.

Baz8755

For the record I don't use P&B spaces but if the argument is that they … For the record I don't use P&B spaces but if the argument is that they need the space and find others in the P&B spaces, then simply moving then further away from the store would alleviate the issue. Also judging by the size of many people (and their offspring) using these spaces the exercise might do them some good.



You are my favourite idiot this week. Well done you!

Andi Keane

Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and … Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and disabled spaces at shops/supermarkets Oh yeah !Heat

Andi Keane

Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and … Or for scourge to society that is people abusing parent and child and disabled spaces at shops/supermarkets Oh yeah !Heat

Baz8755

For the record I don't use P&B spaces but if the argument is that they … For the record I don't use P&B spaces but if the argument is that they need the space and find others in the P&B spaces, then simply moving then further away from the store would alleviate the issue. Also judging by the size of many people (and their offspring) using these spaces the exercise might do them some good.





Baz8755

Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But … Disabled spaces yes (as long as the badges are not being abused). But parent and baby spaces are a farce and should be placed at the furthest and most remote part of the car park where they can all bump and scratch each others people carriers and jeeps, then no-one will park in their special spots.



They are there because they have more room.. Would you rather they parked in the tight spot next to you car and bashed your door whilst they're trying to fit a car seat out?




Brililant idea.. the last thing I'd want to be doing is a 10 minute walk over a huge car park holding a 2 year olds hand and carrying a car seat. Not because of my own inconvenience, but for my children's safety,

Edited by: "Dehumanization" 14th Aug 2014

I have no issue with P&B parking spaces, other than them being a waste of time as so many drivers abuse them knowing they are unenforceable.

However, most of the issues raised are easily dealt with by supermarkets:
1. not trying to force inappropriately narrow parking spaces into their car parks just to force increased capacity.
2. providing safe pedestrian routes around their car parks (linked to point 1).

louone

Why would you want to do tat to someone?



Wow. I'm guessing you've never heard a joke in your whole entire life & this is the closest you have come to a prank?

SanTokiMTB

The law says that disabled bays (and parent & child bays) in supermarket … The law says that disabled bays (and parent & child bays) in supermarket car parks are for anyone to use, regardless of whether they are disabled or not, or a parent. The law also states that discimination is 'a bad thing'. As such, given that we are all encouraged to be decent, non-discriminatory, law-abiding citizens, it is not only our right, but our civic duty to use them.

At Castlepoint Bournemouth I'm sure I've seen them taking photos of those parked in bays without a badge on show
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