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London attacks: Tickets issued to cars left near Borough Market

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A number of cars left abandoned during Saturday's terror attack were issued with parking fines.



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And here on cag there are members defending the ceos at every opportunity.

They don't get commissions apparently, so why are they so keen to issue tickets?

Do they get bonuses?


Employee of the month?

Free holidays?

We'll never know, but I personally doubt that they are just a bunch of very keen workers dedicated to their profession.

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