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A concerned AudlemOnline reader writes:-

"On Friday, I had to give way to a woman in a dark blue BMW on Cheshire Street who barged her way along, even though I had the right of way. When she drew level with me, she was using her ephone and had it clamped to her ear -- clearly an important call.

"Then, on Saturday at just gone 12:30, lo and behold, the same woman and BMW parked on the double yellow lines between the Co=Op and Fire Station behind another car also illegally parked.

"The attitude of people like this is really selfish and they think they are the most important people on the planet and certainly in Audlem.

"I took a photo of the cars and hope you will publish this. The people involved need shaming as is causes a danger to other road users and pedestrians in the village".

AoL has published the photos above as requested — no, the cars did concerned did not have fancy pink (and illegal) numberplates but as a matter of policy we do not publish "name and shame" pictures unless specifically requested to do so by the Police.

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