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A photo shared on Facebook shows a double cabin with a canopy parked in the driveway of a house in Byford, Perth, with the rear that covers most of the footpath

& # 39; That's more than ridiculous & # 39 ;: Fury as tradition is struck with a fine for parking in a driveway for FIVE MINUTES while a child is dropped home from school

  • A man parked his double cabin with a canopy on a driveway that deposited a child
  • He was then fined $ 60 for & # 39; parking on the sidewalk & # 39;
  • His sister said they had informed a city council member who would raise it during the meeting
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A man imposed a fine after he parked in a driveway for five minutes when he dropped a child from school.

A photo shared on Facebook shows a double cabin with a canopy parked in the driveway of a house in Byford, Perth, with the rear that covers part of the footpath.

& # 39; This really makes my gears worse … Driveways in Byford are too small for four-wheel drive, & # 39; read the post.

A photo shared on Facebook shows a double cabin with a canopy parked in the driveway of a house in Byford, Perth, with the rear that covers most of the footpath

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A photo shared on Facebook shows a double cabin with a canopy parked in the driveway of a house in Byford, Perth, with the rear that covers most of the footpath

& # 39; My brother was fined $ 60 for parking on the sidewalk. & # 39;

The trader had dropped a relative from school and stopped at the house for five minutes.

The man's sister said her brother could not find any parking places on the street and parked in the driveway, claiming there was enough room for pedestrians to get around the vehicle.

& # 39; I find it a bit ridiculous, & # 39; said the sister Yahoo News.

& # 39; They could give no warning or even knock on the door and ask him to move, instead they give a fine, no questions asked. & # 39;

A city council member was informed of the $ 60 fine and said he would raise it at the next council meeting.

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& # 39; Only a little disappointed that this happened without any caution or warning, & # 39; she said.

A city council member was informed of the $ 60 fine and said he would raise it at the next council meeting (photo: comments from social media users who agreed with the brothers and sisters)

A city council member was informed of the $ 60 fine and said he would raise it at the next council meeting (photo: comments from social media users who agreed with the brothers and sisters)

A city council member was informed of the $ 60 fine and said he would raise it at the next council meeting (photo: comments from social media users who agreed with the brothers and sisters)

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Angry social media users took the side of the sister and brother who said there was more than enough room for people to go around.

& # 39; It's a load of sh * t! Most larger 4bys don't even fit under the garage door! & # 39; one person wrote.

& # 39; How else will he park? That footpath is completely in the way and leaves almost no free space! & # 39; someone else responded.

& # 39; Where the hell can you park if that footpath is in the middle of your driveway?! & # 39; another wrote.

& # 39; The footpath must be on the edge. Not on the boundary of the property, & others said.

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& # 39; That's more than ridiculous. Earn bloody money for no reason, & someone else wrote.

Enraged social media users took the side of the sister and brother who said there was more than enough room for people to go around

Enraged social media users took the side of the sister and brother who said there was more than enough room for people to go around

Enraged social media users took the side of the sister and brother who said there was more than enough room for people to go around

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