Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Fallout and Ferrari foibles

The local Guardian has published its account of Monday night's council meeting and some of the comments fill in parts of the meeting that I missed, and it seems as though it wasn't just the bit I was at that was stormy.

In other Worcester Park news the Press Association reports the following :

A Ferrari owner will be looking for a new set of wheels after the car was seized in south-west London and sold by the authorities for displaying an out-of-date tax disc.
The £30,000 F348 was spotted in Ruskin Road, Worcester Park, in April, bearing a disc that expired four years ago, and towed away.

When the owner failed to pay the fine and storage fees, the car was sold at auction for £18,000.

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