Frankie Bridge left in tears after her car is towed for breaking parking rule
Former The Saturdays star Frankie Bridge was left upset when she found that her car had been towed and she had no idea where it had been taken
Frankie Bridge was left in tears after her car was towed away.
The former Saturdays star, 31, has explained how her car had been taken away after she failed to see a suspended parking sign correctly.
However, the wife of footballer Wayne Bridge, 40, was left distressed as she had no idea where her car had been taken.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, Frankie shared a selfie of herself in a mask and with a tired look on his face.
Frankie posted: “Car got towed (I stupidly missed the parking suspended sign) Their system was down. So no one could actually tell me where my car was. They were very unhelpful.
“Luckily my dad’s a cabbie so guessed where it might be.”
The Saturdays singer went on to thank car service for aiding her in getting her car back.
She added: “@wheely was so lovely and helpful. Gave me some painkillers for my stress headache. Told me to stay calm. Waited until he knew I could get home.”
However, the drama did not stop there, as Frankie was left scrambling for documents in order to get her car back.
Frankie continued: “Now here trying to get hold of documents that obviously I don’t just have in my bag daily! Why can’t they just give tickets and be done with it?!
“Moral of the story, I’m an idiot and a crying one at that.”
As she ended her post, Frankie concluded: “Check your parking when in a rush. Some people are d***s. Some people are lovely!”
Frankie and husband Wayne share two children: sons Parker, seven and Carter, five.
Last month, Frankie posted about how she had spent a night in A and E with son Parker who suffers from a condition called croup that occurs in young children and babies that effects their windpipe.
The most common symptom of the condition is a barking cough and when struggling for breath can require a shot of adrenaline.
Posting on her Instagram account last month, Frankie penned: “Was in a&e last night with this little guy… with yet another croup attack…
“Doesn’t matter how many times it happens… to see someone grasping for air is always terrifying.
“Breaks my heart. But he’s absolutely fine now… all just very sleepy…”.