Image copyright laws Wales Information Service Image caption Laura Ingarfield. pictured with her partner Paul Hilton, says she'll not spend the good
a motorist is facing a £100 fine after making an error whenever entering her enrollment number into a parking machine.
Laura Ingarfield tapped a letter O rather than the number zero to the machine during a visit to Port Talbot's Aberavon's Reel Cinema.
Parking company Minster Baywatch rejected the woman appeal resistant to the fine.
Ms Ingarfield, of Cwmavon, Port Talbot, stated: "It's disgusting. There is no way i'll pay that fine."
'Breach of guidelines'
"it absolutely was an easy blunder that any person may have made, and I do not think i will need to pay a fine with this.
"If I knew I'd attempted to get away without paying, i might have paid the fine.
"But i did not do that. I do believe what they're performing is wrong."
A spokeswoman for Minster Baywatch stated: "This was a breach of the website guidelines which make it clear the registration inputted should be total and correct. Because of this, a parking cost had been released.
"Minster Baywatch are happy we now have acted appropriately throughout this process and Ms Ingarfield has-been supplied with all vital information, possibilities to impress and a significantly reduced parking fee amount."