£1000 for blue badge fraud

#1
News today borrowing you mums blue badge could land you in court facing a £1000 plus fine from next month.
Now taking the piss with blue badges fucks off everybody else and fucks off the people who really need them.
but are parking Nazis go after the genuine owners who commit the vast and evil crime of putting the badge upside down :? Which as everybody realizes is the equivalent of terrorism :roll:
so is this actually going to achieve the real aim stop people taking the piss with the blue badge or just more income raising by councils?
 

Biped

LE
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#2
Do you need any help raising money to pay the fine?
 
#3
whoops thought this was about blue badge of courage:

 
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stabradop

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#5
Why the hell would you use a blue badge if you are not entitled to it anyway? If you borrowed someones car with a blue badge in the window and forgot to take it out then I would imagine that a court would let you off even if it got that far.
 
#6
The blue badge is registered to the person....not the car. So someone with a disability can get in someone elses car, and take the badge with them. Hence it has a photo ID on the reverse of it.
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#7
I thought a blue badge was standard issue for a white transit van or an SUV/4x4. Thats all that seems to be parked in the disabled bays.

Also amazing how many two-seaters are parked in the parents+kids bays, with not a childs car seat in sight.
 
#8
Fugly said:
I thought a blue badge was standard issue for a white transit van or an SUV/4x4. Thats all that seems to be parked in the disabled bays.

Also amazing how many two-seaters are parked in the parents+kids bays, with not a childs car seat in sight.
I do that. Why should I be penalised and have to walk further just because I don't have a screaming brat with me?? Also they have wider bays so no chance of some tosser smashing his door into my car.
 
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Biscuits_AB

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#9
Fugly said:
I thought a blue badge was standard issue for a white transit van or an SUV/4x4. Thats all that seems to be parked in the disabled bays.

Also amazing how many two-seaters are parked in the parents+kids bays, with not a childs car seat in sight.
Have a look at Tesco's in Catterick. You'd be amazed at how many Army vehicles park in the disabled bays, complete with f*ckwit smoking a tab in the drivers seat.

You wouldn't mind so much, but the c*nts don't even bother to fake a f*cking limp when they walk over to the cash points.
 

Fugly

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DirtyBAT
#10
Biscuits_AB said:
Fugly said:
I thought a blue badge was standard issue for a white transit van or an SUV/4x4. Thats all that seems to be parked in the disabled bays.

Also amazing how many two-seaters are parked in the parents+kids bays, with not a childs car seat in sight.
Have a look at Tesco's in Catterick. You'd be amazed at how many Army vehicles park in the disabled bays, complete with f*ckwit smoking a tab in the drivers seat.

You wouldn't mind so much, but the c*nts don't even bother to fake a f*cking limp when they walk over to the cash points.
As long as a fat RLC knacker with a biff chit for too many pies is in the cab, thats perfectly acceptable.
 
#11
There's a simple solution - don't fraudulently use a disabled sticker. It's all so simple when you realise...
 
#12
For all those who are mocking this subject, you may wish to remind yourselves that their are many serving and ex serving personell that now need to use a Blue Badge.

I have a Blue Badge as I can't walk very far, and when you see some cnut abusing the badge of someone else it's very fecking annoying. Especially when you see them come walking out of Tesco's carrying a 42" LCD, as happened to me only the other day. I took their VRN and took a photo on my phone and made a call to a very good ex serving friend of mine that is now Plod.

It is a serious issue and needs more attention from Councils, supermarkets and ODC's.

If Gordon, and his 'Police State' Control Crazy Labour Govn't can waste money on things like this: LINK, then they should also be enforcing other measures like Blue Badge Fraud
 
#13
heard_it_all_before said:
I have a Blue Badge as I can't walk very far, and when you see some cnut abusing the badge of someone else it's very fecking annoying. Especially when you see them come walking out of Tesco's carrying a 42" LCD, as happened to me only the other day. I took their VRN and took a photo on my phone and made a call to a very good ex serving friend of mine that is now Plod.
You have got far too much time on your hands mate. Get a life!!
 
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wevers

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#14
I'm with you on that one..Nothing grips my Sh*t more than lazy fcukers who can't be arsed to walk the extra 50 fcuking metres....and as for Idle tw
*ts who park in parent a toddler slots, thes cnuts are also at the top of my hit list. You are not being penalised because you aint got kids (Smudge) it's to help parents who have to struggle getting kids and pushchairs out of their cars so that they don't have to put them in the fcuking way of oncoming traffic because the parking bay is barely large enough to fit your fcuking car in......
 
#15
Daytona955 said:
heard_it_all_before said:
I have a Blue Badge as I can't walk very far, and when you see some cnut abusing the badge of someone else it's very fecking annoying. Especially when you see them come walking out of Tesco's carrying a 42" LCD, as happened to me only the other day. I took their VRN and took a photo on my phone and made a call to a very good ex serving friend of mine that is now Plod.
You have got far too much time on your hands mate. Get a life!!
Prick.

Hopefuly, in years to come, and through no fault of your own, you'll suffer a terrible illness that will put you in a wheel chair for the rest of your life, and with no prospect of cure.

You're Out of Order.
 

TheIronDuke

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#16
rockape34 said:
FF, surely you mean this one:



for those that may not know - this is a battle honour from Arnhem
Its not the Air America Order Of The Hmong Run? Remarkably similar.

Myself, I avoid disabled bays. But 'Parent and Child' bays? Do one.
 
#17
"If you borrowed someones car with a blue badge in the window and forgot to take it out then I would imagine that a court would let you off"

OK, so you borrowed a motor and forgot it had a Blue Badge displayed. Did you also forget that you were not allowed to park in a Disabled Bay because you forgot you were not entitled to use the Blue Badge you forgot was on display? :roll:

You wanna see BBs in chav wagons, check the Disabled Parking bays at any hospital. :x

No.9
 
#18
No.9 said:
"If you borrowed someones car with a blue badge in the window and forgot to take it out then I would imagine that a court would let you off"

OK, so you borrowed a motor and forgot it had a Blue Badge displayed. Did you also forget that you were not allowed to park in a Disabled Bay because you forgot you were not entitled to use the Blue Badge you forgot was on display? :roll:

You wanna see BBs in chav wagons, check the Disabled Parking bays at any hospital. :x

No.9
It's really quite simple, If the owner of the Badge isn't in the vehicle, then you can't use either a Designated Bay or park on a double Yellow, or any where else that the badge gives benefits for. Not even if you're doing the shopping for them and they're at home.
 

TheIronDuke

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#19
wevers said:
*ts who park in parent a toddler slots, thes cnuts are also at the top of my hit list. You are not being penalised because you aint got kids (Smudge) it's to help parents who have to struggle getting kids and pushchairs out of their cars so that they don't have to put them in the fcuking way of oncoming traffic because the parking bay is barely large enough to fit your fcuking car in......
And guess who is at the top of my 'hit list'? Hi.

Having trailed my kids and their chums, their Tommy Tippee cups, nappies, pushchairs and Buzz fucking Lightyear paraphanalia in and out of cars on several continents, in all weathers and times of day and night, I have never felt the need for more space than the width of a car door.

Nor have I felt the need to park kids in the path of oncoming traffic. The little bastards have their moments, but on the whole I like them. Well enough not to see them go under a 18 wheeler because I cant suss out how to fold a Maclaren buggy.

You pal, are idle, feckless and feel you should be rewarded for dropping a frog. Nice Parent & Child parking space. I'll 'ave it.
 
#20
wevers said:
I'm with you on that one..Nothing grips my Sh*t more than lazy fcukers who can't be arsed to walk the extra 50 fcuking metres....and as for Idle tw
*ts who park in parent a toddler slots, thes cnuts are also at the top of my hit list. You are not being penalised because you aint got kids (Smudge) it's to help parents who have to struggle getting kids and pushchairs out of their cars so that they don't have to put them in the fcuking way of oncoming traffic because the parking bay is barely large enough to fit your fcuking car in......
I don't make people go shopping with their kids?!? It's their choice. I'd prefer it if they didn't take the little fcukers that cry in every aisle because they can't have sweets etc. If they can't handle their kids, that's tough shit.

I don't however park in disabled bays, that's out of order. People have kids through choice.....disabled people don't have a choice.
 

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