On shift at a medical facility, we have a drop off zone in front and many no parking signs. Since cars will pile up “waiting” for guests to come out, part of my job is to keep the zone reserved for active pickup and dropoff, not people waiting there for 15 mins.
Man is parked in the drop off zone next to no parking sign, I walk up and let him know there is an available parking spot in front of him, 15 feet away. I didn’t even ask this guy to move, just told him about the spot.
“Excuse me, Sir?”
“Shut up, I know!”
He then drives off and gets stuck in the exit line for the toll booths. I calmly walk up, take a picture of his license plate, and proceed to write him a violation for parking in a no parking zone. He would not roll down his window to take his copy so I placed it neatly under his windshield wiper blade. Smiled, waved, and told him to have a great day.
I’m guessing this guy repeatedly tries to break the rules and security always talks to him. Hence the immediate negativity toward me even though I’m just trying to be nice.
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