Are these the worst examples of bad parking in Leeds?

These are the photos you sent in of some of the worst examples of parking in Leeds.

Friday, 8th February 2019, 2:35 pm
Updated Saturday, 9th February 2019, 9:35 am
Are these some of the worst examples of bad parking in Leeds?

Drivers parked on pavements, blocking cycle paths and covering pedestrian crossings, these are just some of the most flagrant examples you sent to the Yorkshire Evening Post of poor parking. Have you seen some dodgy drivers and pretty perilous parking? Send in your photos to [email protected] or join the Leeds Crime Facebook Group.

This driver is confused over which vehicle he is driving. Taken on York Road opposite Seacroft Hospital Photo: Lisa Brown
This driver left little room to manoeuvre for the car behind. Photo: Adele Bradley Rowntree

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There is a notice on the wall saying that this is a no parking are apart from emergency vehicles. Taken outside flats in Cottingley Hall, South Leeds Photo: Richard Lilric Ward
Parked on a pedestrian crossing and over a dropped kerb. Taken on Rawdon High Street Photo: Stephen Morton
This repeat offender often blocks the cycle lane. Taken near Go Outdoor in East End Park Photo: Peter Buchan
The driver is not only blocking the pavement but also the other cars around it. Photo: Katherine Goodchild
Pedestrians will have the navigate round this inconsiderate parker. Photo: Linda Anne Meikle
Parking on the pavement and the pedestrian crossing. Taken on York Road opposite Seacroft Hospital Photo: Lisa Brown
Not one but two cars using the cycle lane as a car park. Taken on York Road opposite Seacroft Hospital Photo: Lisa Brown