Patrol car illegally parked in no parking zone

Yesterday while leaving GulfStream race track I watched a Hallandale police officer pull up and park in a no parking zone right under a big no parking sign. Wanting to know if he was there on an emergency I followed him for a minute or two. After first watching him try and walk up the escalator stairs that were going in the wrong direction (pretty funny) I quickly realized he was just there to wander around.

Not wanting to confront him as I was with a large group and didn’t have time I simply took my camera-phone out and documented his car illegally parked.

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  • Pat M

    I mean, for everything the police are asked to do as part of their job, parking in a “deliveries only” spot is hardly worth your time complaining about…stick to the serious infractions by the cops

  • Michael

    I disagree. I’m in the army and I don’t go around saying for all I do that I should get to break any law. If an officer can’t follow it, then he shouldn’t be on the road enforcing.