Irish police are known for aggressively clamping vehicles parked outside the arrivals entrance at Dublin International airport. Still, no one expected them to clamp an ambulance parked just outside the entrance, especially since it was parked in an area reserved for emergency crews. But that's just what they did. The police also refused to allow the ambulance crew to use a company credit card to pay the fine, forcing them to withdraw their own money from an airport ATM before they could leave in the ambulance. The ambulance was at the airport to pick up a man badly injured while on a ski vacation.