John O’Callaghan, 66, parked in Liverpool city centre to visit a friend who was in hospital, reports the Liverpool Echo.
When he returned his Ford Focus car had been slapped with an £80 ticket because his disability badge was the wrong way up.
But he did not have enough money to pay the fine and now a bailiff company acting for Liverpool council is demanding he forks out a whopping £422 – or face having his possessions confiscated.
And the retired factory worker, claims he has been told over the phone the final bill could rise to an eye-watering £1,500.
Mr O’Callaghan, who suffers from a heart condition and uses a walking stick, said: “They are threatening to come round to my flat and…
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