It seems a UK company erected its new headquarters without bothering to provide parking for its workers, who promptly took over every space available in surrounding streets. The locals weren't amused. The Telegraph reports:
Families say they are fed up with staff from the giant AXA PPP Healthcare's headquarters in Hawkenbury, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent, taking all the spaces in nearby roads.
Now employees going home after work have returned to their cars to find them smeared with dog excrement.
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There are only 250 on-site car spaces for around 550 people at the insurance firm's International House HQ, which opened in August last year.
AXA, Tunbridge Wells's biggest private employer, says 200 more staff are likely to be taken on over the next three to five years, but there will only be 34 more parking spaces.
There's more at the link.
I can't understand why AXA hasn't offered to build a parking garage for their workers' use, and install extra parking spaces. Such incremental solutions would help to resolve local residents' excremental one!