Key worker targeted by fake parking ticket calling her ‘tight’

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Key worker targeted by fake parking ticket calling her ‘tight’

Key worker targeted by fake parking ticket calling her ‘tight’
2021-07-10 18:26:00
A key worker has been left angry after a sweary note disguised as a parking charge was glued to their car after parking in a Hull car park and paying through an app. The victim has been working Hull city centre throughout the pandemic and has taken to using the app to pay for their parking as it is a good contactless option. Read more: Dangerous manoeuvre captured on Hull road deemed absolute madness After parking in Lowgate car park on Friday morning and putting an hour on their car through the usual method, the worker went to do their job not thinking that someone was watching their movements. They were horrified to come back to find that their car had been targeted by a callous individual who had gone to the lengths of writing out a note and putting it inside a Hull City Council parking charge envelope before gluing it to their windscreen. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. The notice was glued to the windscreen leaving some damage on the car (Image: Submitted) The sweary note said “pay for a ticket next time tight a***” and the worker is not sure why they had been targeted in such a way. They had only been away from their vehicle for just under half an hour when the vandal struck and left them with a gluey mess to peel off their car. They said they thought it was sad that someone had gone out of their way to accuse them of dodging a parking charge without knowing the facts of the situation. The victim said: “I work in and around the city centre and was in a rush so I parked my car up in the Lowgate car park and paid for my parking on the MiPermit app as I do regularly. “When I got back to my car I was horrified to find a fixed penalty envelope on my windscreen. I checked my app which still had around 40 minutes remaining, I had paid for an hour and only been 15 mins or so. “It was the correct l

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