When reporting a vehicle that was parked without permission in a parking area for the disabled, the apartment building said, “I will pay the fine,” and asked not to report it.

A photo of the parking area for the disabled and public notice of the apartment

After reporting a vehicle that was parked without permission in a parking area for the disabled, an article asking the representative of the apartment building to pay a fine on behalf of the person was published, urging him to refrain from reporting, causing controversy.

On the 4th, on the online community Bobaedream, a photo was posted along with a text titled ‘absurd notice related to parking for the disabled in the apartment’.

In the attached photo, “The parking lot for the disabled is often used at night because the parking lot of the apartment is narrow, but a notice of parking violation is often issued by a report from a resident.” I don’t know which resident it is, but please don’t report it as much as possible.”

The author of the article said, “(The fine) is coming from the apartment management fee, so can I notify it without the consent of the residents?” and “(Until now) I did not report the parking for the disabled, but I will report it in the future. If there is something escaping from the management expenses in the future, I will not sit still.”

The article said, “It is impossible to pay (fine) from the apartment management fee, and if you do, it is embezzlement of public money.” There were many comments criticizing, saying, “That is natural.”

There was also a notice about reporting regulations related to illegal parking in disabled parking areas, and advice to report multiple times.

On the other hand, disagreements continued, such as arguing, “There are places where parking spaces for the disabled are designated regardless of the situation of the apartment, so it is a waste of space” and “We should let the remaining seats be used freely during the evening hours.”

On the other hand, Article 355 of the Criminal Act stipulates that if a person custody of another’s property embezzles or refuses to return it, he or she shall be punished by imprisonment with labor for not more than five years or by a fine not exceeding 15 million won.

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