Bit of a legal question here, I hope someone can provide me with a bit of guidance (be it sensible or otherwise)!
I live in an apartment complex and have an allocated space in a secure, private underground car park. The spaces are clearly marked out and all numbered, and the only way to enter or exit the car park is with a remote keyfob or code.
Would I be committing an offence if I was to get hold of a Ford towing eye, affix it to the Fiesta which has been in my space for the past two days, and drag it across the car park where I can dump it out of everyone's way? The gearstick's in neutral and I doubt the handbrake would be too much trouble for a 3.0 V6 with the traction control off...
It happens fairly frequently and with the current weather I'm getting a bit peeved at having to park outside when I'm paying for a parking space....
I've tried leaving notes, they don't tend to work... I was considering the clamping / towing to car pound options but apparently both are illegal up here in Scotland, which is both a good and bad thing I suppose.