I'm only doing this for the headline, really. A vicar has come under fire after tennis fans parked their cars on top of graves in the grounds of St Mary's Church in Wimbledon Village. The church charges £20 for a day's parking close to the All England Championships, with proceeds going to charity. Photos of cars parked between tombstones have proved embarrassing for Rev Mary Bide, although according to the Sun she tried to defend herself by arguing "the parking was on graves from the 18th and 19th centuries, and that the descendants of those buried there were not traceable".
We'd be interested to know the cut off point for when it's acceptable to park on a grave - if they died 50 years ago? 100 years ago? What about those eternal souls?