clamper


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clamp·er

 (klăm′pər)
n.
One that clamps, especially a spiked plate attached to the sole of a shoe to prevent slipping on ice.

clamper

(ˈklæmpə)
n
1. a spiked metal frame fastened to the sole of a shoe to prevent slipping on ice
2. a person who attaches a wheel clamp to an illegally parked vehicle
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When she explained, the clamper and the owner of the pub refused to listen, clamped a second wheel and demanded pounds 120.
JOY Whitmore's trip to the bank cost her pounds 150 and an intimidating encounter with a clamper.
victory being the two-year jail term given to clamper Andrew Baker in May.
Perhaps a little angry he went to the clamper and explained the situation.
Clamper Peter Carr shows what could happen to the cars of drivers who don't pay their road tax.
THE RAC Foundation is urging local authorities to follow the example of Portsmouth Council after it became the first in the UK to clamp a cowboy car clamper.
Last year, this dubious honour went to a Yorkshire wheel clamper who allegedly immobilised a car while the driver was asleep in the vehicle, threatened clamped motorists with large dogs and forced a heavily pregnant woman to walk with her young child to a cash point more than two miles away.
Are YOU the mystery clamper, or do you know who he is?
Aggressive: Rogue clamper Gary Southall arguing with victims on Patrick's Day 2009.
THE motorist who ran over a wheel clamper has been jailed for a year.
Shop worker Jane, 51, said: "I told the wheel clamper that if they towed the car away my son would have to stay in it.
The court awarded the interim order on the grounds that it was necessary to protect the public from further anti-social acts from the clamper defined as behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.