Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Driver's Stroke Of Creativity Helped Her Dodge Parking Ticket.

Creative Thinking

Creative Thinking

WS Buzz

It's not so easy to avoid getting a parking ticket nowadays, let's be honest. But a woman from the UK came up with a brilliant plan to persuade the cops to get rid of her fine. How did she manage to do it? Well, by thinking on her feet, and her response was unbelievably epic.

Following The Law

Following The Law

Ottawhat Podcast

We all know, more or less, where we can and cannot park, no matter where you are around the world. Yet, some folks decide to wing it and park wherever they please. But what happens to those who seriously stick by the rules of society and abide by the law, but simply didn't have a choice? So you might only park there for a few minutes, but is the risk worth it?

No Parking Zone

No Parking Zone

Chronicle Live

If you've got your driver's license, then you for sure know that you cannot park your car on double yellow lines. But what happens if a situation forces you do it anyway? Jane Parsons had recently faced this dilemma and was fined over leaving her car in front of her home in Salisbury, England. Why did this happen? She had left her car in an area that was decorated with these pretty illegal yellow lines.

I Have An Excuse

I Have An Excuse

Metro News

Some might disagree, but others would say Jane didn't have a choice, and therefore, cops should give her a pass. But once she had finished going on her run, she came back to find that there was a ticket waiting for her on her windshield. That's when she took a minute to think of a way to explain what had happened.

Being Smooth

Being Smooth

San Diego Defenders

Do you think you'd get to sweet talk your way our of a complicated situation? I mean, if your words can get you out of hot water, why not give it a shot? It might end up working in your favor. If you drive a car, you know how annoying it is to get slapped by a fine, particularly when you feel like you don't deserve one. But would Jane Parson get to find an excuse that justified not paying the fine?

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