Unofficial disabled bays on a street in Birmingham have been painted by a contractor for cash.
There are about 16 disabled bays on Clarence Road in Sparkhill, but not all are believed to be genuine.
Parking problems in the area have seen residents place wheelie bins and cones in spaces, according to the BBC’S Local Democracy Reporting Service.
One resident, Faisel Hamood told the BBC: “This has become like a joke, so many disability bays are popping up like mushrooms.”
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