WATCH: Woman shames 'scumbags' in disability parks

A QUEENSLAND business owner fed up with people parking in the disability car parks outside her shop has taken to shaming them on Facebook.

Brisbane woman Nicole Tishler, who owns Creative Edge Hair Nails & Body Salon, first posted a photo of an able-bodied man getting into a Mercedes Benz parked across the two disabled car parks.

"Check out this looser [sic]. Not only 1 disabled park but 2. Then he informed me I was scumbag for taking the photo," she wrote.

Check out this looser . Not only 1 disabled park but 2 .. Then he informed me i was scumbag for taking the photo ..

Posted by Nicole Tishler on Wednesday, September 30, 2015


The picture was shared more than 20,000 times.

A couple of days later she photographed a delivery truck parked across the two bays and shared it on her Facebook profile.

OMG yet another ass hole . YES 2 parks again.. Im gonna ask council for comissionOn tickets . Ill make a fortune .. SERIOUS its wrong enough but2

Posted by Nicole Tishler on Thursday, October 1, 2015


Then Yesterday, Ms Tishler shared this video of a couple getting into their car, which they had parked in the middle of the two disabled car parks, while one of her clients struggled with a wheelchair a few car parks down.


Amazing yet again. we here at CREATIVE EDGE HAIR NAIL AND BODY see this daily . Its about time the council done something

Posted by Nicole Tishler on Wednesday, October 28, 2015


"Amazing yet again. We here at CREATIVE EDGE HAIR NAIL AND BODY see this daily. Its [sic] about time the council done something," she wrote.

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