P.S.N.I. berate 'selfish' N.I. motorist for 'horrendously' parking their car like this

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The P.S.N.I. has described the person responsible for the way in which they parked a car on a footpath in Belfast recently as "downright selfish".

The police shared the image of a white Mini Cooper parked on a footpath near Albert Street in Belfast and they didn't hold back with their criticism.

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"I know people may complain about getting parking tickets but this parking in Albert Street is downright selfish, definitely a ticket is very much in order here, at the very least," said the P.S.N.I.

The P.S.N.I. added: "How is someone pushing a double pram meant to bypass this horrendously parked vehicle?

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"Or how is a wheelchair user able to use the footpath without being massively inconvenienced by a Mini?!

"Parking like this is not acceptable and may seem petty to some people who are trying to save a few quid by not parking in a city centre car park but those using the footpaths should not be inconvenienced by your terrible parking! Please be a bit more mindful of where you park," warned the P.S.N.I.

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