DAILY Echo readers are continuing to send us images of bad parking they've seen across Bournemouth, Poole and beyond.

Last Monday, we shared with you 33 images of the worst parking seen across Dorset.

Read more>> PICTURES: Is this the worst parking in Dorset? Here are 33 photos of the bad, the ugly and the truly terrible

They included seven vans lining a narrow single-carriageway street in Bournemouth town centre to the parents and carers who park on double yellow lines outside our schools.

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Since then, readers have been sending us more pictures of bad and inconsiderate parking they've spotted.

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These include this blue Peugeot seen parking over white diagonal stripes in a car park. 

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This car spotted by a cyclist that was blocking a cycle lane AND parked on double yellow lines. 

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And this black Honda on the corner of Shelbourne Road in Charminster.

The person who took it said: "Everyone turning left (including me) thought the guy was waiting for oncoming traffic and it turned out there was no one in the car!"

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Plus numerous cars and vans seen blocking pavements across the area.

And other astonishing scenes like these

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As previously reported, it is possible that a ban on pavement parking could be introduced in the future.

MPs on the transport committee have published The Pavement Parking report which has recommended a ban on pavement parking.

They have recommended that ministers ban pavement parking across England, and hand local councils the powers to crack down on what they dubbed "anti-social parking behaviour".

You can keep sending in your pictures to us by clicking the button below. 

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A ban on pavement parking could be introduced. But we want to see your pictures of some of the worst instances near where you live in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and the rest of Dorset.

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