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to think people shouldn't park so close to my front door that I have to abandon the buggy outside?

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PeachyTentativelyPosting Mon 05-Oct-09 09:39:32

Because some twunt has.Right up on the pavement, a foot from front door. It was all I could do to haul sizeable arse past, carrying baby but I've never had to fold buggy so haven't a clue how to do it. I saw him park further down earlier so evil neighbour must have told him to shift up as she is right behind him- she's been banned by police fromparking rhre (as we have two asd boys and it was causing significant issues - leave the baby and buggy outside on road whilst you fetch lads, or the reverse)

Policew said to all them when it happens but DH is at Uni with number in phone

He saw me (driver)with a buggy, how damned stupid can you be?

Pyrocanthus Mon 05-Oct-09 09:45:32

Can't you google the number of your local station?

It sounds as if the police are actually interested - too good an opportunity to pass up.

PeachyTentativelyPosting Mon 05-Oct-09 09:48:18

Update- ;police came past anyway and moved him on

He confirmed nasty neighbour had told him it was OK to aprk there.

So changing AIBU to AIBU to think nasty neighbour is a cow?

Poledra Mon 05-Oct-09 09:49:25

Well done, Peachy's local coppers!

YANBU, neighbour is a cow.

Pyrocanthus Mon 05-Oct-09 09:54:47

Wow, well done police.

Neighbour is a cow, but driver should have guessed that on the pavement right outside your door might be considered tactless at best.

PfftTheMagicDragon Mon 05-Oct-09 09:55:45

Surely anyone with a brain would be able to see that it wasn't the best idea to park inches from someone's front door?

PeachyTentativelyPosting Mon 05-Oct-09 09:56:14

True pyro, but at least he grovelled! And he didnt know I would be straight back I guess (school is across road) but she did.

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