Suvarnabhumi Airport vows to take theft of disabled parking seriously

Suvarnabhumi Airport announced it will take action against misuse of disabled parking spaces after several photos of luxury cars parked in the privileged spots circulated on Facebook.

Prapon Patim, Director of Suvarnabhumi International Airport, today responded to a popular message online to the Traffic Police showing luxury cars from a Lamborghini and BMW to a Mercedes parked in spaces reserved for drivers with disabilities last week.

User Ratchaon, who submitted the photos, suggested the drivers may suffer from “disabled brains.”

From now on, the airport will instruct security guards to keep an eye on the disabled parking spaces and put up signs to publicize that they will “remove the cars of violators from the spaces,” according to the statement.

The airport will also not take responsibility for the damage caused by the process.

Currently, there are 62 disabled parking spaces, and frequent flyers know they are always filled with more fancy cars than there could possibly be disabled drivers for.


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