I’m fuming after bailiffs arrived demanding £400 – the parking ticket was for my 12-year-old daughter

A MUM was fuming after bailiffs arrived at her house and demanded £400.

However, it turns out the parking ticket that needed paying for was for her 12-year-old daughter, not her.

A mum is fuming after baillifs arrived at her house and demanded her £400


A mum is fuming after baillifs arrived at her house and demanded her £400Credit: TikTok @hevsangels

The video was uploaded to TikTok by @hevsangels and has outraged viewers.

The woman says in the TikTok video that she received a parking ticket for her 12-year-old daughter.

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She also reveals that her daughter is severely disabled and can’t speak.

The video title reads: ‘How can they get away with this.’

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While the caption reads: ‘A fine has been issued for parking in a 12-year-old severely autistic child’s name. Bailiffs have just been to my door.’

She started the video by saying: “I can’t believe what just happened to me.

“They sent a parking fine in my daughter’s name. I rang them up and said she doesn’t drive the car.

“They say, we can’t speak to you. We have to speak with the account holder.

“I told them you can’t speak with her because she is severely autistic.”

When she filmed the video, the parking firm still hadn’t got back to her.

Most people in the comments are on the mum’s side.

One said: “The fact it was in the wrong name, it will be thrown out of court. Good luck.”

Another said: “They can’t serve you a fine in the name of a 12-year-old.”

Another said: “Get in touch with your local councillor and let him sort it out. It will be OK.”


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