The badly written article by the BBC made ‘headlines’ today. It was so poor that no one bothered to find out whether the disabled child was in the car at time. Apparently even the police didn’t know.
Why not ask them, speak to witnesses and/or check the BBC? Why write a load of ‘news’ without any basic investigative research? The mind boggles. How on did the editors pass this?
What a dozy lot.
“Model Katie Price and husband Alex Reid have been questioned by police about an argument over a disabled parking space at a shopping centre.
Price, who has a disabled son, Harvey, is alleged to have got involved in a row after Reid parked in a disabled bay at Goldstone Retail Park in Hove.
Celebrity Big Brother winner Reid was confronted by a woman and her partner who objected to him using the space.
Sussex Police said all four were questioned but no arrests made. (What they were questioned and still they don’t know if the child was in there? Eh?)
The force said inquiries were continuing.
It would appear that a dispute had arisen over the occupation of a disabled parking bay and also involved the partner of one of the men and the wife of the other
Sussex Police spokesman
It would appear that a dispute had arisen over the occupation of a disabled parking bay and also involved the partner of one of the men and the wife of the other.”
Police said it was not known if any of Price’s children were present during the row, or if the couple who challenged the use of the parking space were themselves disabled.”