The boys of One Direction, along with their film crew, quickly ran in another direction after they were busted for illegally filming without a permit and parking in a handicapped spot at a Los Angeles branch of the United States Post Office, RadarOnline.com has learned.
"I was going to mail a Christmas card to an elderly friend," a witness tattled on the band — who by filming without a permit, broke Los Angeles and California state laws, "When a woman confronted the crew, parked in the handicapped spot in front of the post office. She said, 'Hey you are not supposed to do that, you are filming in the handicapped spot I need.'"
One crew member, who seemed to be a supervising producer on the project, allegedly replied: "Please don't tell on us, please. We'll move."
As a result, the woman was forced to park on the other side of the lot and walk a substantial distance to get to the post office, defeating the purpose of her recently issued handicap sign.
"When she came out of the post office they were still parked no intention of moving," the source continued. "She screamed out to them, 'I can't believe you are still here! It is illegal and you're denying handicap people the right to this parking space!'"
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"She started taking pictures and that's when the crew started to run. The car drove off and everybody ran in different directions!"
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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the One Direction recently shared their plans to take a hiatus next year — could this incident be a contributing factor?