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Clamper Loses (Unusual) Court Case


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Thanks to the poster over on MSE for flagging this up:-

 

A car clamping company has taken a public-spirited Andover restaurant owner to court because he was helping people to not get clamped.

"If you carry on to warn people away from the car park causing me loss of earning I will have to issue a county court summons in the region of £150 for each day you do this."

 

Which goes to prove that the whole clamping business is just looked upon as a cash-cow, and nothing to do with stopping people from parking where they shouldn't.

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Excellent. No reasonable chance of success.

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I am surprised the idiot thought that they could sue for damages. In essence they were trying to say that if you obeyed the signs the council could sue the highway deaprtment! :D

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Next it will be burglars suing the police for "loss of earning" because the police have told people to keep their doors and windows locked.

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