Parking preference

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I’ve seen parent and child spaces, disabled spaces and taxi spaces outside supermarkets but is this one a shade too far?

Happened to pop to Asda yesterday and noticed the police have their own parking space right outside the sliding doors to the store. I was under the impression that the police could park where they jolly well liked, and were above the law so wouldn’t require such privileges.

I can only surmise that the space is there either because Asda are expecting lots of crime, or so the local constabulary can get first dibs on the doughnuts while they’re fresh.

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