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Fake Parking Tickets

Original post made by Anonymous on Nov 14, 2008

I recently came back to my car from a store and found a fake parking ticket. My car was parked legally in a parking spot, and may have been slightly crooked, but it was in between the two lines.

The parking ticket did say in small print that it was fake. However, the language used was offensive and threatening. Part of it was slightly humorous, but the message written on it made me feel pretty awful. I'm surprised that there are malicious people out there that would do these things - people have no heart. And what gives anyone the right to think they have the power to do that to someone, or to think that everything has to be the way they want it to? Cars are not going to be parked perfectly in each and every spot, as long as its legal its fine.

Has anyone else received this? I swear, some people have so much free time on their hands. And they will surely get some sort of bad karma for going out of their way to make people feel bad for no reason.

Comments (1)

Posted by Randall Flagg, a resident of North Whisman
on Nov 15, 2008 at 4:17 pm

Stop whining about your precious feelings and learn how to drive & park your car.



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