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AustraliaStruggling elderly hairdresser's hilarious response to being slapped with a $322 fine for donating books to The Salvation Army

22:46  08 july  2019
22:46  08 july  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An elderly man has given a hilarious response after he was slapped with a $ 322 fine for trying to donate his books to charity. Dan Alessio, a 78-year-old hairdresser , was fined for littering on March 6 when he dropped off the books to a Salvos in Fairfield in Melbourne' s northeast before opening hours.

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An elderly man has given a hilarious response after he was slapped with a $322 fine for trying to donate his books to charity.

Struggling elderly hairdresser's hilarious response to being slapped with a $322 fine for donating books to The Salvation Army© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dan Alessio (right) answer that that he would 'bin it instead' shocked host Carrie Bickmore who told him he obviously had a good heart and should continue to donate to charity Dan Alessio, a 78-year-old hairdresser, was fined for littering on March 6 when he dropped off the books to a Salvos in Fairfield in Melbourne's northeast before opening hours.

The council then tracked Mr Alessio down through the licence plate on his car and issued him the fine, which he said has completely changed his attitude towards donating.

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Struggling elderly hairdresser ’ s hilarious response to being slapped with a $ 322 fine for Struggling hairdresser , 78, who tried to donate books to a Salvation Army store is fined A month later, he received a fine in the mail to the tune of $ 322 .38 Mr Alessio, who works as a

Tuesday, 9 July 2019 Man slapped with $ 322 fine for donating books | Sky Australia Dan Alessio, a 78-year-old hairdresser , was finned for littering on March

'Yeah don't donate anymore, bin it instead, bin it,' Mr Alessio said on The Project.

The answer prompted a roar of laughter from the audience.

'Obviously you've got a good heart, don't let that stop you,' host Carrie Bickmore said.

'Nah not anymore I'm a changed person,' he said.

Struggling elderly hairdresser's hilarious response to being slapped with a $322 fine for donating books to The Salvation Army© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Dan Alessio, 78, went to a Salvos store (pictured) in Fairfield in Melbourne's east one morning in March to donate some books

'I hope it doesn't happen to anyone else.'

When questioned over the four signs outside the store that warned him against donating outside business hours, Mr Alessio admitted he did see one - but didn't realise the security cameras were linked to the council.

'If I knew that was the case I would never have left them because I know you can't win with the councils,' he said.

'If the money would have gone to the Salvos, fair enough.'

Mr Alessio has since paid the $322 fine and said he only had the best intentions at heart.

'Yes I've paid the fine because I don't want to have anymore sleepless nights,' he said.

'My wife used to worked in an op shop and I know the people, they can sell those books they can make a profit out of them, that was my intention.'

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