Luton Airport holidaymakers' cars vandalised on side streets

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image captionResidents have complained about holidaymakers parking on their roads

Cars belonging to holidaymakers who parked on streets near an airport have been vandalised.

The two vehicles were left on roads close to Luton Airport.

A windscreen and windows were smashed and the cars daubed with messages complaining about people not paying for airport parking.

Luton Council said it was consulting with residents about introducing parking permits in the areas affected.

Luton Airport said it would always urge passengers to use the onsite parking.

image source, South Beds News Agency
image captionThe cars were parked on roads near Luton Airport
image source, South Beds News Agency
image captionMessages on the cars included "no respect", "no airport parking" and "selfish"
image source, South Beds News Agency
image captionLuton council says it is consulting with residents about introducing parking permits
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image captionOne of the streets where the damaged cars were parked is Hollybush Road, north of the airport

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