A TRAFFIC warden who gave a police car a ticket for overstaying at a seafront car park was applauded by dozens of onlookers.Stunned passers-by looked on in amazement as the South Yorkshire Police vehicle was issued with a penalty notice at West Pier in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.Artist Graham Rhodes said there were cheers and clapping when the warden – after some hesitation – eventually booked the vehicle on Thursday afternoon.He said it was unclear why the officers had failed to return before their time was up.Graham, 65, said: “It felt like I was witnessing karma in action. It was a really odd situation where people weren’t sure whose side they were on.”I could see the warden thinking about it from outside the front of my shop. He made a couple of calls and was clearly checking something on his phone.”He actually went away and booked a couple of other cars while he figured out what to do.”There was a bit of a crowd gathering so I went down for a closer look. When he finally issued the ticket there was a round of applause.”I think people were just pleased to see that the rules were applied equally to the police… Read full this story
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