Kerri-Anne Kennerley, 64, avoids paying a $ 183 fine for parking at her OWN entrance

<pre><pre>Kerri-Anne Kennerley, 64, avoids paying a $ 183 fine for parking at her OWN entrance

Kerri-Anne Kennerley, 64, admitted that she was wrong after the Roads and Traffic Authority imposed a $ 183 fine for parking in her own way.

The Studio 10 presenter connected two demerit points and received a fine after she momentarily left the car parked while assisting her disabled husband John, 77, from her home in Woollahra.

He discussed the RTA infringement and told Who magazine on Thursday that he was eventually left with a warning.

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"They let me out with a warning": Kerri-Anne Kennerley, 64, has avoided paying a $ 183 fine after parking in her own way while helping her disabled husband, John, 77, get into his car . In the photo on July 13, 2018 in Sydney

& # 39; It was solved. The parking lot around Woollahra [in Sydney] It's always a problem, "he said.

"I was wrong because I had left the car in the wrong place, in front of my garage.

She added: "It was technically illegal, but the RTA left me with a warning and told me not to do it again."

Last month, the television veteran called The Kyle and Jackie O Show to complain about the incident.

He attacked "bureaucratic stupidity" and revealed that at first he could not cancel his fine after writing a letter explaining his situation.

"I'd rather spend $ 183 on a good wine": last month, the TV veteran called The Kyle and Jackie O Show to complain about the incident. He risked the "bureaucratic stupidity" and revealed that at first he could not cancel his fine after writing a letter explaining his situation

Kerri-Anne and John live behind a school, and the incident happened shortly before 9:00 in the morning, when their outbound lane is occupied with the parents who make the school delivery.

The former host of the Noon said she parked right in front of her garage & # 39; to get John to the car, instead of on his busy street, which would have caused an increase in traffic.

However, Kerri-Anne's decision to be courteous came at a cost.

Cortés: Kerri-Anne claimed that he parked directly against his garage & # 39; not to block his busy street when he took John to the car. In the photo: the pair together in June

Cortés: Kerri-Anne claimed that he parked directly against his garage & # 39; not to block his busy street when he took John to the car. In the photo: the pair together in June

Cortés: Kerri-Anne claimed that he parked directly against his garage & # 39; not to block his busy street when he took John to the car. In the photo: the pair together in June

She told Kyle and Jackie O: & # 39; I explained them [the RTA] there is no alternative, and in a perfect world it would not come out during school hours, but it was important. They said, "No, because it was a school zone, you still get a fine and two points". & # 39;

The bubbly hostess joked that she wanted Kyle to hear her case on her new reality show, Trial By Kyle.

"I'd rather spend $ 183 on a good wine," he sighed.

No deal: during the weekend, Kerri-Anne told Private Sydney that she had begged the RTA for clemency, but they have not canceled the fine

No deal: during the weekend, Kerri-Anne told Private Sydney that she had begged the RTA for clemency, but they have not canceled the fine

No deal: during the weekend, Kerri-Anne told Private Sydney that she had begged the RTA for clemency, but they have not canceled the fine

Kerri-Anne previously told Private Sydney that she had begged the RTA for clemency.

"We had a mobility pass on the windshield, I signaled that to the parking inspector, and that we were actually parked through our entrance and we did not interfere with the flow of traffic in any way, but they would not have a bar, they still chased us. I was furious, it really is a stupid bureaucracy without considering the circumstances, "he told the publication.

The fine was left on the windshield after he momentarily left his car in the driveway to pick up John from inside.

Kerri-Anne has taken on the role of caregiver after John was paralyzed after he fell on the grass outside a golf course in 2016.

Earlier this year, he told New Idea about John's condition, and explained: "He needs attention 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, he still can not press a button and can not feed himself, but the rest of Your health is good. "

Despite the difficulties and challenges of recent years, the television star remained motivated and determined.

& # 39; We need to move on with that. Life is for living, I appreciate it, "he said defiantly to the magazine.

"We still like to have a good time, we like to chat, we read the newspaper, we discuss events … we just can not go out as we used to."

"We still like to have a good time, we like to talk, read the newspaper, discuss events": Kerri-Anne has assumed the role of caregiver after John was paralyzed after he fell on the lawn outside a golf course in 2016

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