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Alleyway painted with double yellow lines

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Double yellow lines have been painted in an alleyway that is too narrow to drive down.

Lines have been painted on both sides of the passageway, off Newhall Street in Swindon, leaving a gap of just 13in (33cm).

Nathalie Fisher, a local resident, said it was a "bit of a mystery" as "you couldn't even fit a motorbike down it."

Swindon Borough Council said the authority will be "taking it up" with their contractors.

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I could get my Harley Dresser though that. What a small ally.

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F*kwits! How embarassing. Paid for, no matter how funny- by MY taxes!!!!! I used to live in Swindon, so I am entitled to be p***ed off. NOT GOOD ENOUGH, BRITAIN!! :no:

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Makes sense to blame the whole country for the idiocy of a few. :tu:

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Absolutely hilarious,until you realise that it must have cost Council Tax payers mega bucks.I hope its patrolled diligently by Traffic Wardens.

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A spokesman said: "It seems that our contractors forgot just how big cars actually are when they painted this one.

:w00t: These people they pay lots of money, you mean?

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