By Euro Weekly News Media • 19 May 2011 • 10:26
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DOZENS were trapped in a Malaga car park for up to two hours owing to faulty ticket dispensers. People out for the ‘Noche en Blanco’ were prepared to queue for the city’s museums and monuments which had remained open that night, but did not allow for queues to get home.
When people began to drift home in the early hours of Sunday morning, those parked in Avenida de Andalucia’s municipal were faced with endless queues as car-owners tried to pay.
Most of the automatic ticket machines were out of order and users had to pay at the cash-desk where there was only one person to attend the growing crowd as more people decided to head for home.
“It was a nightmare,” said Andres Martinez, “and to add insult to injury we were even charged for the hour and a quarter that we were obliged to wait before we could pay.
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