Pick which ever one you want. Personally, I think once the guy explained it was water and a joke.. the car owner should have eased up. AND, even if he was peeing on the guys car... one or two shoves should have been sufficient.
Peeing on a car . . . seriously, how horrible is that? When I walk my dog, he often sniffs at tires, smells whatever sets off the dog irrigation system, and waters the rubber. BFD. It's a Ferrari. And that entitles the person to ignore laws and just plain common decency? Leona Helmsley comes to mind. Too bad he didn't hit the prankster, cause then he could have been charged with assault and battery and stuck in jail.
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Pseudo Pee guy could've just called the PD or notified security or management for the lot.
+1 Seriously! I limped my arse across the CVS pharmacy lot only to witness some tool in a fancy SUV pull into the handcapped slot and trot into the adjacent coffee shop.
While I'm waiting to do my pick-up, a young fellow much more disabled than myself drags himself in using a pair of Canadian crutches.
I start to leave in time to see the disabled young man walking to his car (it was painful to even watch his progress... ) ...and I spot the richprick's car still parked just outside the door.
Uh huh.. you better believe I spun around on my cane ...back to the pharmacy desk to demand that they call a patrolman... then stuck around until I saw the ticket go onto the windshield.
Another pet peeve is lazy idiots who choose not to return shopping carts because of the inconvenience it causes disabled people to have to park clear across the lot because they can't to get out and move the cart.
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