A Melbourne, Australia, airport official told Stephen McKenzie-McHarg he could park in the bus zone to help his family with their bags if he was quick. But he apparently wasn't quick enough in loading six big suitcases, because another officer gave the one-armed man a ticket for $66. "He's saying, 'Get going, get going'. I said, 'Why don't you give me a hand?' Then he said, 'I'm going to book you," McKenzie-McHarg recalled. Airport officials say strict rules are in place because of terrorism concerns. But McKenzie-McHarg says he will fight the ticket.
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