When Melbourne student Rhiannon Stark pulled into a disabled parking spot outside her GP yesterday she was accosted by a woman she had never seen before, demanding to know why she was parking there.
“Somebody came up and started yelling at me about using the disabled space and I said, ‘I’m literally just going to my doctor’s appointment and I have a permit, as you can see’,” she told news.com.au.
“They started yelling at me saying it’s obviously my grandparents and how dare I abuse the system.”
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Ms Stark, 24, was diagnosed with fibromyalgia two years ago and is legally entitled to a disabled parking pass.