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Former New Orleans Saints linebacker/defensive end Junior Galette has racked up quite a few traffic tickets...
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The FOX 8 probe turned up a number of high-profile people who still owed the city of New Orleans money for parking offenses, including Galette, who accumulated "at least 113 tickets worth $22,395."

Galette provided no records of making restitution and reportedly threatened to sue FOX 8.

Overall, New Orleans is owed $135,002,518.56 in traffic camera ticket fees, which could help pay for goods and services throughout the city. However, it is tough to collect on the overdue fines in many cases, said New Orleans' Chief Administrative Officer Gilbert Montaño.

“I can’t anticipate money coming from these people that have chosen a whole different path in life and in their financial world,” Montaño said. “I don’t think we’ll ever see that money and that’s called a sunk cost.”
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
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Geaux Guy1 month
Parking somewhere routinely I guess. Definitely doesn’t care.
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cajunmud1 month
Ohhh...Big Brother traffic cameras. What did those cost ya NOLA?
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IOU1 month
frick that city! Those traffic camera's are not legal. I would not pay either.
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DeafVallyBatnR1 month
At what point does you driving license get suspended?
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LSUtoBOOT1 month
Was this due to parking on the bench or parking too far away from potential tackles?
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PeleofAnalytics1 month
I know there is a seat belt joke in there somewhere
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genuineLSUtiger1 month
How is that even possible?
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TFH1 month
Dude probably had a favorite parking spot that isn’t free.
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Sleepy_Tiger1 month
That dude is a 100% complete piece of shite

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Bayoubred1 month
What a waste of human flesh...
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