Drivers hit & # 39; donut scouting & # 39; police officers for parking at a disabled parking place outside an IGA
Drivers stock up & # 39; donut scouting & # 39; policemen for parking at a disabled location outside an IGA supermarket – but there is a VERY reasonable explanation
- An image of a police car parked at a disabled site is shared on Facebook
- Users have thrown officers in to park in the zone outside an IGA in Melbourne
- A user joked that they had stopped buying some donuts in the supermarket
- Another neighborhood in the area said there was an incident that required police presence
Furious drivers have used social media to inform the police of & # 39; donut-scouting & # 39; to park for a disabled person outside an IGA – but there is a very reasonable explanation as to why the vehicle is there.
An image of the police car in the reserved area outside the supermarket in Mount Waverley, Melbourne, was shared with Facebook on Tuesday along with the caption: & # 39; Yeah good one fellas & # 39 ;.
Soon after the message was uploaded, angry social media users were quickly blaming the officers for being & # 39; inattentive & # 39; goods.
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Enraged motorists have used social media to beat & # 39; donut scouting & # 39; police officers for parking at a disabled location outside an IGA (image on social media image)
& # 39; No excuse for this & # 39 ;, one social media user commented, while another disputed the point
& # 39; It takes a moral bankruptcy a hole to do this & # 39 ;, someone wrote.
Another added: & # 39; No excuse for this. & # 39;
But others reasoned if a situation required police attendance, it would be preferable for officers to park in the disabled space instead of & # 39; at the back of the parking lot & # 39 ;.
One user thought the police car had stopped talking to the driver of the jeep parked in the next room.
The police car was parked in a handicap room outside the supermarket giant IGA (photo) in Mount Waverley in Melbourne
& # 39; It's called donut scouting boys, & # 39; another wrote next to the post
& # 39; Probably book the jeep because he has (one) wheel on the line, & # 39; they said.
& # 39; It's called donut scouting boys, & # 39; wrote another.
One user quickly pointed out that the police were allowed to park & # 39; where they wanted.
But one argued: & # 39; Only if (they are) actively working, not to get donuts & # 39 ;.
A second agreed and said: & # 39; Who cares if they are allowed? A decent person would not take up the parking space of a disabled person, even if that was allowed. & # 39;
But a commentator, who said they worked in the area, explained the real reason that the officers had parked in the room.
& # 39; I'm here now (I'm working there), there was an incident that the police needed as quickly as possible & she said.
Before adding: & # 39; calm down ** you connect people & # 39 ;.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Victoria police for comments.
A user who said she was working near where the image was taken explained the real reason the police had parked in that specific area
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