Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 5 April, 2006
By James Chessell
You'd think Coke boss Terry Davis has enough on his hands. Now some citizens are threatening to have him locked up.
Unfortunately for Tezza, the leather-reinforced head of the Pedestrian Council of Australia, Harold Scruby, was strolling through
According to Scruby, the truck was parked for quite some time, while two men in Coca-Cola uniforms unloaded the goods.
“I asked one of them if he knew it was illegal to drive along a footpath and to stop on a footpath," Scruby said in a letter to Amatil.
“He said he did. I said the fines must be expensive. He replied that: 'All the fines except demerits are paid by the company'.”