Ah now.

This morning.

Grafton Street, Dublin 2.

Name that model, anyone?

Thanks Norm

Update:

20 thoughts on “Spend It Well

  1. Ronan

    Surely a better thing to do in this circumstance would be to simply tow the car, rather than leave it blocking the street until the owner decides to pay the clamp.

    1. Murtles

      Wouldn’t say it’ll be left long but hopefully all the busy shoppers with their bags and sticky out presents will put a nice few scrapes along the side. That’ll teach ’em.
      Sure it’d all be drudgery if there wasn’t begrudgery.

    2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      I’ll glare at it when I pop down for a few bottles of M&S Clementine & Cranberry Fizz at lunchtime.

    1. thefatlad

      My thoughts exactly. Maybe the thinking behind this was “sure whats €80?”
      Bail in, pick up the shopping and ring to get it unclamped. Fill up on mini melton mobery pork pies while you’re waiting

  2. Jonjo

    Saw that this morning and made me think why don’t we have traffic wardens who issue fines instead of clamping. Clamping just causes more of an obstruction.

  3. Its still an open plan office even if its multi coloured

    Its all about open mind and perspective. There’s always a chance that the owner of the car – possibly a highly specialised cardiologist – drove up Grafton Street to come to the aid of a homeless person and accompanied the victim in the ambulance. He/she then returns to the scene of their heroic rescue only to find their car incapacitated by a clamp and their ears ringing to the vitriol of a bunch of closed minded presumptuous twats on the internet who love spending their days on Broadsheet looking down their noses at what’s essentially their mirror on life. :-) And you all figured you’re better than those Star readers

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