fly-posting

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fly-posting

[ˌflaɪˈpəʊstɪŋ] Npegada f (ilegal) de carteles
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FASHION brand JD Sports has been fined more than PS8,000 for fly-posting in Manchester city centre.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 1, 2019-: Fly-posting penalty "Size?" That'll be more than £8,000!
TheSwansea Councilwebsite states:"Fly-posting usually refers to adverts for events or businesses that have been placed on bins, lampposts, buildings etc without the permission of the property owner.
Yesterday, Bannon was handed a PS450 fine at a hearing in Liverpool Magistrates' Court where he pleaded guilty to fly-posting.
Speaking after the sentence Cllr Philip Hughes, Executive Board Member for enforcement, said: "Fly-posting is potentially very dangerous as it is distracting to drivers and when broken down by the weather causes litter on our roadways and verges."
ALMOST 1,000 advertising placards have been plucked from lampposts and railings throughout the city as part of a crackdown on fly-posting.
Earlier this year the city council launched a [pounds sterling]155,000 pilot scheme to target fly-posting and assigned three investigators to deal with the menace.
They can also tackle community road safety issues; deal with antisocial behaviour and challenge highway offences like fly-posting, rights of way and over-hanging vegetation.
FIVE of Birmingham's most popular nightclubs and bars have been reported to city licensing chiefs after illegal fly-posting to promote their shows.
My dad was arrested in that referendum for fly-posting for the 'vote no' campaign." The family held a fundraising event to pay Watson Sr's legal costs, he said.
ACeclampdown launched after a surge of complaints from the public has resulted in more than 200 people booked for fly-posting in Dubai.