The art of writing a passive-aggressive parking complaint and leaving it on someone’s windshield has been honed for generations in New York City. But one parking critic took things a step further this week when he left a threat on the windshield of one local woman
Maria found the note above on her car, which was parked on Columbus Avenue and 100th Street. She explained what happened, and why people shouldn’t rush to judgment.
“Apparently this person was upset because my parked car was not pulled all the way back to where the pedestrian island begins on Columbus Avenue and West 100th Street, so there was about 4 feet between my back bumper and the pedestrian island. What I want people to know is before you decide to leave a little note like this, realize there could have been (and indeed there was) a motorcycle parked there when I got there the night before.”
Sheesh, chill out people!