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Old 05-11-2012, 08:22 AM   #1
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Shocking pictures 'show traffic warden being caught threatening to hand out ticket... then letting off driver in return for £20 bribe'

Newspaper journalist claims he parked without a ticket on a street in Mayfair
Civil enforcement officer with Westminster City Council jacket approached
Said he'd 'sort something out' if he was paid and stop tickets being issued
Now he's suspended from on-street parking enforcement pending a probe

These photos show how a traffic warden in a £4.40-an-hour zone was allegedly caught threatening to hand out a parking ticket - but then backed down after being handed a £20 bribe by a driver.

A journalist was parked without a ticket on a street in London’s Mayfair when a civil enforcement officer (CEO) wearing a Westminster City Council jacket approached and threatened to fine him.

But the traffic warden, employed by the UK’s biggest parking contractor NSL, allegedly said he could ‘sort something out’ if he was paid - and would stop any local wardens putting a ticket on the car.

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Well if the government do it so can anyone I suppose.
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Old 05-11-2012, 09:42 AM   #2
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I would do it. Those people get paid around minimum wage. The government screw everybody, so screw them back.
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Old 05-11-2012, 12:50 PM   #3
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Have i got this right ?.

A journalist knowingly breaks a parking law and gets caught by a traffic warden who says he will let him off of the law he broke
( £80 fine) if he breaks another law and pays him £20 , journalist agrees to break another law and pays him.
Journalist then goes back later with a hidden camera to ask the trafic warden if they can both break more laws again
together tomorrow and pays him £20 to do so.
The journalist then reports the trafic warden who gets investigated while the journalist gets away with the original
law/s that he broke.
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Old 05-11-2012, 01:55 PM   #4
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Have i got this right ?.

A journalist knowingly breaks a parking law and gets caught by a traffic warden who says he will let him off of the law he broke
( £80 fine) if he breaks another law and pays him £20 , journalist agrees to break another law and pays him.
Journalist then goes back later with a hidden camera to ask the trafic warden if they can both break more laws again
together tomorrow and pays him £20 to do so.
The journalist then reports the trafic warden who gets investigated while the journalist gets away with the original
law/s that he broke.
Everyone is breaking the law.
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Old 05-11-2012, 02:13 PM   #5
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So I gotta pay £20 or £80

Ummmmmmmmmmm

I'd be shocked but also see the logic.

Edit: I'd need to be convinced they were actually parking wardens though yeah.

Oh I don't know now.

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Old 05-11-2012, 03:12 PM   #6
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Everyone is breaking the law.
Thats how i see it , be *interesting to see if the journalist still gets an £80 parking fine through the post , if he doesnt then can motorists just say they paid the Traffic warden £20 if they get a parking fine through he post ?

*i coudnt care less either way really as i travel by train and bus lol
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Old 07-11-2012, 08:26 PM   #7
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Why is this thread, in this part of the site
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