Kind Samaritans save young couple from a parking fine after buying them a ticket and putting it on their car when a warden appeared
- Students Matthew and Katie, both from South Lincolnshire, were visiting family in Pickering, North Yorkshire when they forgot to pay for a parking ticket
- Pair expected a fine upon their return, but were stunned by stranger’s kindness
- Heartwarming note, £2 parking ticket valid for an hour were left on windshield
A young couple narrowly avoided a hefty parking fine after kind Samaritans saved them from a parking warden who was on the prowl.
Students Matthew and Katie went to visit family in Thornton-le-Dale in North Yorkshire at the weekend and drove to Pickering on Sunday, November 7, for a day out.
But Matthew, a second year student at Southampton University, forgot to pay for a parking ticket and expected to receive a steep fine when he returned to his car.
Instead, he found a heartwarming note from a stranger on his windscreen that read: ‘Parking warden came so we bought you a ticket, saved you a fine.’
Attached to the piece of paper was a £2 parking ticket that was valid for an hour.
Students Matthew and Katie were stunned to find a stranger’s random act of kindness saved them from a hefty parking fine in Pickering, North Yorkshire
His mother told YorkshireLive: ‘Matt has only had the car back two weeks after someone crashed into the back of them in August and nearly wrote it off.
‘He kind of didn’t need a parking fine so we’re very grateful to the very kind person who did this.’
Matt and University of York student Katie, who are from rural South Lincolnshire, visit North Yorkshire regularly.
The pair were full of praise for the locals, saying they are ‘always so friendly, helpful and kind.’
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