CHICAGO — A handful of motorists parked in a Chicago neighborhood returned to their vehicles and found parking meters — and tickets — that weren’t there when they parked, according to the Associated Press. It turned out to be an innocent mistake, according to a city spokesperson. The vehicles were parked on a stretch of roadway where the meters were temporarily removed during street construction. Then, the meters were put back and the vehicles parked in front of them were ticketed. None of those ticketed will have to pay.

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