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Brothel customers and truckies are driving their vehicles over memorials to Australian diggers near a major cemetery in Melbourne's west, an angry resident says.
Weir and workers from Parkinson Stove Company, a local business. Radio 3AW reporter Sebastian Costello said "deep, fresh" tyre tracks showed vehicles had driven over the plaques and suggested people "had other things on their minds when they come and park here". He said the brothel was "a matter of metres" from the plaques but Dick, the owner of Ji Li Golden Hands Relaxation, was unaware his clients were parking over the tributes. But Dick was certain it wasn't his customers who were mounting the kerb in a bid to find a convenient place for their cars.
If there's parked car on one side, they have no choice but to mount the central reserve if they are going to stop and leave enough room for cars to get through.
He said a possible solution could be making the tribute stones more prominent could lead to greater respect from motorists. Brothel customers 'driving over Digger memorial plaques'. The Age. License this article.