A driver has been hit with a £158 ($200) parking fantastic after his legitimate allow was lined by pigeon poo.

Southend, U.Ok., man, Scott Coltart, was slapped with the fantastic outdoors his home as parking officers allegedly could not see the allow.

Regardless of instantly exhibiting the parking inspector the error, he was instructed it was too late and could be pressured to enchantment the ticket with Southend Council.

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Mr Coltart instructed Southend Customary: “In the event you simply moved your head barely, you may clearly see the allow was in date.

“Regardless, I instantly wiped the poo away however the man stated it was too late and gave us the ticket.

“He was very impolite as he slapped it on the windscreen and simply stated to take it up on enchantment.”

However even after lodging their enchantment, the 30-year-old and his spouse Lisa had been instructed by the council that, though the incident was “unlucky”, they’d nonetheless should pay the fantastic.

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The couple then challenged the ticket a second time and assumed the cost had been dropped, however later acquired an enforcement letter saying bailiffs would go to their house if it wasn’t paid in full.

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Lisa stated: “The one factor I can see we will do is pay it however we shouldn’t should. Now we have two younger kids and we’re each self-employed.

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“We work so laborious for our children – we will’t have bailiffs coming to our house. Fowl poo shouldn’t be one thing we will management.

“The fantastic says we had an invalid allow however that simply isn’t true and our avenue is checked a number of instances a day.”

A Southend Council spokesman stated: “We’re presently discussing this declare with our contractor and will likely be in contact with the residents instantly.”

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