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Traffic warden sacked for taking photos of his victims

by | 5th, April 2013

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NO-ONE likes traffic wardens. All they do is creep around and cost you money. They’ve got hearses clamped and probably smell like rotten fish.

And so, to Steven Jarvis, a traffic warden who tried to liven up his evil job by taking photos of motorists for ‘a book’ he was ‘working’ on. While that may not seem so bad, there’s the small matter of Jarvis telling drivers that he would help get their fines scrapped if they posed for a photo with their ticket.

Taking over 200 photos in two and a half years, it seems very few got any help with their tickets. That basically means he was being a double-twat.

He said:

“The pictures were for my book project. I told the drivers I could help them appeal by putting a note in my book. That’s why so many of them agreed to pose. But I didn’t give them any concrete assurances.”

He’s now been fired.

However,

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