Big lesson Parking on the sidewalk Met a real person who retaliated against “walking across” in an over-the-top way and filed a complaint for causing “leg pain.” He was very upset, his car broke down and he lost money.
Preliminary information indicates that at 11:46 a.m. on September 13, a 26-year-old man surnamed Qiu drove a black Mazda car and parked it on the sidewalk along Yanji Road in Da’an District, Taipei City. Ignoring traffic signs And don’t care about blocking the path of pedestrians.
Meanwhile, a 35-year-old man surnamed He happened to walk by. He was upset to see cars illegally parked on the sidewalk. Blocking the way, making it impossible for him to pass through. So he approached the driver and an argument ensued. Until finally deciding to “walk across” by stepping on the hood of said car. To walk through the roof and onto the trunk lid.
An action that no one expected As a result, the front windshield of the car was shattered into large dents. All the way to the front windshield was damaged. This immediately angered the car owner. Mr. Siu decided to call the police immediately. He complained about the damages caused by the other party’s destruction of his property. However, Mr. He also did not give up. He called the police, claiming his right foot was injured when he “got out of the car” due to the other party’s negligent parking.
Finally, when the police arrived at the scene Siu was charged with violating traffic laws. Because someone reported that he “Temporary parking on marked sidewalks” is punishable by a fine of 600 yuan (about 3,000 baht), and complaints from both sides will be treated as additional cases according to regulations.
Da’an Branch Police Station said its service center received a report of a traffic dispute on Yanji Road. and patrol officers were immediately dispatched to the scene. From the interrogation it was found that Mr. Siu parked his car on a marked sidewalk. While waiting, his girlfriend (31 years old) bought food while Mr. He Claims illegal parking This forced him to step over the car by climbing onto the hood. In the end, both sides decided to file lawsuits against each other.
Police are also urging people to call 110 to report abuse. If a dispute arises Should communicate reasonably. and do not use violence to solve problems