Parking fury as bailiffs move in to Mount Pleasant

Latest newsAz Rahman (right) outside his home after the police and bailiffs had left. The lowloader brought by the bailiffs (above) blocks the busy Evesham Road as they get ready to lift Mr Rahman’s car. Pictures by Beth Wright.

THE PARKING fiasco at Mount Pleasant turned brutal on Thursday morning when bailiffs hammered on the door of local resident Az Rahman and demand he hand over £2,000 in unpaid fines - then towed his car away when he said ... More»

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