9 Bizarre Traffic Tickets
1The man who paid off mother's 1954 parking ticket
Klug plans to hang the framed ticket on the wall of his office in York, about 50 miles west of Lincoln.
2The toy bus which was given a £50 parking ticket
NSL, the company responsible for overseeing parking enforcement in the Brighton and Hove area, said they had since cancelled the fine following his appeal. However, Mr Cortessi said that if NSL did cancel the overzealous ticket, they hadn't notified him. The astounded hairdresser also described the warden who issued the fine to the miniature vehicle, a “killjoy.”
3The bus driver who slid under a bus to avoid driving fine
The police eventually managed to get him out from the narrow space by using force - grabbing his arms and pulling him out. He was later taken into custody.
4The woman who was fined for having car parked in the same spot since 208 AD
When she opened the envelope with the parking fine, the owner of the vehicle had a dizzy turn and had to be taken to hospital. The police later acknowledged the error and the woman's husband stumped up the 102 euros actually due.
5The angry plumber who paid his parking fine with 3,500 pennies
Rebecca Banner, parking administration manager at the council, declined to comment on how long it took staff to count out the fine. The council said it would be offering Mr White advice on how to avoid further fines.
6The woman who got 69 red light cam tickets
In the past two and a half years Gray has accumulated 69 red light camera tickets blowing through red lights at speed far exceeding the speed limit. According to the cops, she's also been pulled over by the police 23 times for separate driving incidents in that same time frame and continues to drive on a revoked license. She owes the City of Albuquerque over $10,000 in fines.
7The pedestrian who received a £80 ticket for being run over by a police car
The fine ticket reads: "You ran into the n/s [near side] front wing of a marked police vehicle causing a dent."
8The 97 year-old granny who was jailed over parking fine
Mrs Kelton, a former schoolteacher from Dallas, Texas, was in police custody for about two hours before her lawyer arrived and she was released. 'Our real beef with this is that no real judgment was displayed or actually carried out in this incident,' said Mrs Kelton's son, Dr Phil Kelton, a plastic surgeon. But police spokesman Detective Randy Millican, said the officers had no choice but to arrest Dr Kelton's mother. Dr Kelton said his mother lives alone, cooks her own meals, goes out to lunch regularly and is involved in the community.
9The London Councils who issued a parking tickets to themselves and then refused to pay fine to themselves
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