The Parking Prankster received a copy of a letter which UKCPS has written to a judge accusing the defendant of participating in an internet forum scam.
The Prankster considers that Trev Goodwood must have been on something when he wrote that letter. The Prankster has seen no online parking forums where members are against controlling parking in disabled bays, let alone an increasing number of them. Two forums The Prankster is aware of, Pepipoo and moneysavingexpert, sternly criticise posters who park in disabled bays, and caution them against the practice. The Prankster googled the phrase 'graffiti written on the ground' but could find no parking related search hits.
The Prankster wonders why Trev Goodwood considers the defences to be a scam. The definition of a scan is 'to swindle by means of trick'. Nobody has been swindled as far as The Prankster can tell, and The Prankster has spotted no tricks that have been used. Perhaps the real reason Trev is annoyed is that he drops large numbers claims where a defence is filed and so this is costing him money. Perhaps he ought to ensure that his legal case is watertight before he considers filing.
Do you have an amusing letter from Trev Goodwood? The Prankster would be interested in blogging about it?
The Parking Prankster