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    Dreadful, despicable creature. His car should have been clamped.

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    Not too long ago he didn't want to pay for sitting in first class either, the arrogant tool.

    EDIT: I wonder if the neggers actually think this is acceptable behavior?
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    Who cares, everyone does it if all the other spots are gone
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    And IDS claimed £39 in expenses for a breakfast
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    Culture of entitlement.
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    Osborne was not driving nor in the car when it parked....
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    [QUOTE=Skip_Snip;42089177]Dreadful, despicable creature. His car should have been clamped.

    Hypocrite.
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    (Original post by Skip_Snip)
    Dreadful, despicable creature. His car should have been clamped.
    Genius. Then no-one can use the space.
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    It's amazing how hypocritical people can be, so many 'normal' people do this too.
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    Doesn't even look like it's parked properly either, that offside rear wheel must be over the line

    If you're going to park in a disabled space at least do it properly.
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    (Original post by CreedofMaurus)
    Dreadful, despicable creature. His car should have been clamped.

    Hypocrite.
    How is the OP a hypocrite :confused: Did he also park his car in a disabled space?
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    Pretty sure that's not his car?
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    (Original post by Architecture-er)
    Who cares, everyone does it if all the other spots are gone
    No, they don't.
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    (Original post by Wiska)
    It's amazing how hypocritical people can be, so many 'normal' people do this too.
    Ever heard of the phrase 'lead by example'.
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    (Original post by Wiska)
    It's amazing how hypocritical people can be, so many 'normal' people do this too.
    Not really... :erm:
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    (Original post by AgentSushi)
    Ever heard of the phrase 'lead by example'.
    Of course but what I am saying is that people make so much of it that it feels like he is being blamed for murder or something :/
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    I think disabled spots are kind of annoying, especially when all the other spots are taken and there's just an empty disabled parking spot.
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    Osborne was not driving nor in the car when it parked....
    He wasn't in the car? Do you mean they dropped him off first, then parked there? In which case, presumably he returned and got in there?
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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    Culture of entitlement.
    Now that Osborne is claiming disability, he should be sent to Atos for assessment.
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    He got dropped off before it was parked and would've only been aware if he noticed at all when he got back to do what? That's right, drive away, out of the disabled spot. The best thing he could do to make that space available was get in as fast as he can.
    I'm not Osbourne's biggest fan by any stretch of the imagination but come on, seriously?
 
 
 
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