More of your bad parking photos! New pics added...
LATEST PICS: 10/10/13:
PIC 9 - The people who sent this in said the vehicle was parked in a disabled bay, where they had been booked more than once when loading.
LATEST PICS 08/10/13:
PICS 6,7,8: We're not sure where these were taken but clearly the drivers concerned were not worried about parking on the yellow zig zag lines put there for the safety of children at the local school.
LATEST PICS 03/10/13:
PIC 1A and 1B: According to the person who took these photos at the junction of Francis Street and St Helen’s Avenue if the council enforcement officers were employed on a payment by results basis, they could easily fill their daily quota by spending time here. At any time of the day you will find people parked on double yellow lines, with wheels on the pavement and blocking disabled ramps - sometimes all three - and including council vehicles and taxis.
PIC 1C and 1D: Apparently parking on the pavement and blocking the path of children is ok near Pontarddulais Primary - at least as far as these drivers are concerned.
LATEST PICS 01/10/13: PIC 1: The woman who took the photo of a van had to take her pushchair into the road as she said it was completely blocking the pavement
PIC 2: "Forward a bit, back a bit....oh forget it!" - Red car outside the Unitarian Church
PIC 3: Diagonal, rather than parallel parking for the driver of this black car outside Argos
PICS 4 and 5: A couple of cars parked too close to the junction of Heol Trefor and Heol Cadifor in Penlan? The council put double yellow lines here to stop people parking - but it has not stopped all, as these photos show
LATEST: The white car in our latest photo seems to have an identity crisis. Is it going in, or coming out? Either way - it seems to be partially blocking the entrance to Brunswick Court in Russell Street, Swansea.
BAD parking seems to be catching in Swansea and beyond.
Recently we published a photo of a badly parked car in Swansea city centre and asked if you’d seen worse.
Since then, you’ve been emailing email@example.com with your photos.
The two latest ones show a driver who seems to have been unable to decide whether to park on the road or the pavement, and a second who blocked an entrance and ended up so close to another car, we just hope the other car had enough space behind it to get out. You wonder what drivers who park so close like this to another car would do if someone parked as closely to them the other side and blocked them in. Perhaps the penny might drop then that, maybe, it's not very nice.
Another photo shows a car parked on the wavy lines of a pedestrian crossing in Skewen, while one shows a car whose driver perhaps thought the cross-hatching in the car park was just a nicely decorated parking space.
The last is the original image of some classy parallel parking in Swansea.
We’ve also been sent a link to a Facebook page where people share their bad parking photos. You can see it here.
Please keep the photos coming.
And if you missed it yesterday - here’s some video of the worst parallel parking attempt ever (WARNING: Contains bad language):