Family who went to pay their respects to Anzac Diggers are beaten with a $ 170 fine

Family who went to pay their respects to Anzac Diggers at a dawn service being struck with a $ 170 fine by over-crowded parking inspectors

  • A family who parked their car to attend an Anzac Day service will be fined $ 170
  • Parking attendants had pinned a message on the car that said it was & # 39; illegally parked & # 39; used to be
  • A family member took the social media to express her indignation at the fine
  • The fine must be paid before the clamp on the wheel of the car can be removed

A family who went to pay their respects to Anzac Diggers in Perth was beaten with a fine of $ 170.

A photo of their parked car pricked with a fine at Kings Park War memorial was posted on Facebook after the Dawn Service at around 7:00 am.

A dissatisfied member said: & I am OFFICIALLY DONE! Go pay our respects to the casualties and these tough people are out to squeeze every penny they can. & # 39;

An unsatisfied family member expressed indignation after being fined $ 170 after an Anzac Day dawn service

An unsatisfied family member expressed indignation after being fined $ 170 after an Anzac Day dawn service

& # 39; Be ashamed of yourself! $ 170 later sorry Phoenix no camping now. Bloody destroyed. & # 39;

Parking attendants had the & # 39; illegally parked & # 39; vehicle with a wheel clamp, which prevented the family from driving away.

& # 39; Do not attempt to drive, as this will result in permanent damage to your vehicle & # 39 ;, read the message.

The $ 170 fine must be paid before the clip is removed, according to the notice.

Thousands of people flocked to Kings Park for the Dawn Service, which started at 5.50 am.

The family attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Kings Park War Memorial (photo)

The family attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Kings Park War Memorial (photo)

The family attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Kings Park War Memorial (photo)

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