The zoo in the English city of Bristol has parking for 150 cars and 8 buses. For 25 years, parking fees were charged by a very pleasant parking clerk. Parking fee was 1.40 pounds for cars and 7 pounds for buses. Then, one day, after as many as 25 years, never missing a day of work, he simply did not appear. Then the management of the zoo called the city council and asked to send another valet. The council examined the issue and found out that the parking was under the authority of the zoo, and they were informed about it. From the zoo responded that the parking attendant was an employee of the city service. The city council replied that the parking attendant had never been an employee of city services at all. In the meantime, he is sitting in his villa somewhere on the seashore of Spain, or France, or Italy ... a person who probably installed the turnstile with a cash register by himself and started coming to work every day, collecting parking fees, about £ 560 per day - for 25 years.