Yes she should face a day of community service for this. A lot of government resources were used up that day over a lie. A day of picking up garbage or cleaning graffiti might teach her a thing or two about how actions lead to consequences.
Yes, he thinks she should be let off scot-free. Even shovelling snow for the entire day would be an adequate penalty.
I mean, what do you except? Do you want the court to sentence her to a day of shoveling?
The parents need to deal with this as parents of any 11-year-old that lies. Seriously think about what you're asking and ask yourself if any 11-year-old would be sentence by the State to any kind of labour.
It doesn't have to be any type of strenuous manual labour. Community service can occur in a multitude of different ways.
That will cause them to remember you and arouse suspicion. Tipping makes you appear guilty. I once had a hotel shuttle driver follow me for 20 minutes to make sure I checked into the hotel after I gave him a tip.
What the hell was wrong with that hotel shuttle bus driver?
There is a food basics with free parking at Wellesley and Parliament. There is a short 3-4 mins walk if you go from by-lanes behind the station. Though overnight you might get a ticket but daytime you’re good.
That's a very good suggestion but hopefully nobody reads this from Food Basics 😂 I've fleeced that parking area a few times for the free parking.