On Friday, April 26th, 2010 at noon, we are in Laveno (Lake Maggiore) to have a lunch in a pizzeria in the city center. Both parking lots for handicapped persons found are occupied. We park the rented car in a blue zone parking, and put behind the windscreen the handicapped person's panel (European Union standard format) thinking as in France and U.E. countries that the parking lot is free for the handicapped persons. 15 mins later, returning to the car to leave an object in the car; a fine is put on the windscreen with the such following information: " car irregular parked, no parking ticket displayed, French occupants (it is an italian car plate, the only information in French is the disable panel with an F) etc., 39 € to be paid ". Angry, I go to the office of the local police. The only thing which says the employee: " we apply the law, many Italian handicapped persons complain, make a complaint with this printed document, Europe, here, we do not know ". Is that the common attitude of the police in Italy? Are they robot or human? Never again in Lovano.