Rude Woman Refused To Leave ‘No Parking Zone’ — So Construction Workers Teach Her A Lesson

After a driver refused to move her car, which was parked in a clearly marked “No Parking” space, a group of construction workers knew exactly what they wanted to do to get revenge.

A construction worker wrote a post and shared it on Reddit detailing what happened after he and his fellow workers asked a driver to move her car so they could accept a lumber delivery, according to All That’s News.

“So this happened earlier today and was too perfect to not share with you guys,” the redditor wrote in his post. “I work in construction as the foreman for a new house build. The location is kinda strange, the house is 250 feet up a hill via a foot path only. All of our materials have to come up this foot path by hand, it’s a pain in the ass to manually carry, quite literally, an ENTIRE HOUSE up this hill. One of our saving graces is having the two parking spots on the street at the bottom of this hill marked with official No Parking signs. Unfortunately there is an elementary school about half a block away and the parents of children seem to regularly (at least twice a day) think it’s ok to park in our spots.”

He continued, “Now I consider myself a reasonable person, so if someone is parked in the spots and we don’t have a delivery or a need to park a truck I will let it go. If we need the spots and there’s someone parked there, however, I will ask them to move nicely and most of the time they do so immediately. Until today.”

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The user went on explain that the lumber delivery driver called to inform him that he was almost there. The foreman went to the loading spot to make sure it was all clear, but saw a car parked in front of the “No Parking” sign.

He approached the car and let the driver know that she needed to move because they had a delivery coming any minute and needed the space.

“She scoffs at me and rudely states back, ‘I’ll just be a few minutes, and your truck isn’t here, take a chill pill dude,'” he recalled. “Before I can respond, a giant lumber truck comes around the corner and I wave to him, and then gesture towards him to the woman in the car who has now put her window back up to ignore me. I put on my best customer service smile and wave at her through the window, she put it down halfway and angrily shouts ‘WHAT!’ By now the truck has pulled up alongside her car and I politely ask her again, with a stronger tone of voice to move her vehicle, reminding her that she is illegally parked in a tow away zone. Then she gives me this wonderful idea, she says, ‘Can’t you guys just unload around me? Jesus, it’s not that hard.'”

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What the driver said gave the foreman a great idea for how to deal with her.

“I give her another smile and walk away, a brilliant plan forming in my head,” he wrote. “I instruct the delivery driver to park as closely to her as possible and block her in with the porta potty that is at one end of our reserved spots and the parked car that is parked just adjacent to our spots on the other end. He smiles because he immediately gets what I’m trying to do, and proceeds to expertly block this lady and her car into a little two parking spot jail. We unstrap the lumber and my guys begin humping material up the hill, meanwhile I call the police parking enforcement to let them know the situation. At this point in time I wasn’t trying to get her in trouble, I just wanted a record of why we were blocking part of the street so we don’t get in trouble with the city.”

He continued, “The very friendly traffic officer lets me know that she can be there in about 30 minutes and deal with the situation for me, wonderful! As we continue to unload lumber the child of the parent shows up, and wouldn’t you know it Mom is just now realizing that the lumber truck is parked so close she can’t get out of her driver door to meet her kid. She awkwardly clambers across the inside of her car and stumbles out the passenger door, shooting glaring looks at me and the truck driver in the process. She loads her kid into the back and then begins to realize that she has no way of leaving. She comes storming up to myself and the driver and states, ‘I’m in a big hurry, you need to move your damn truck right now so I can go.’ Before I can respond the driver gets a grin on his face and says, ‘Ma’am in order to unload the lumber on the truck we had to unstrap it, and per our company policy I’m not allowed to move the truck with any unsecured load on it. Sorry.’ This sends her into near aneurysm levels of blood pressure, meanwhile I can barely contain my laughter. ‘F**k your policy I have somewhere to be!’ She barks back at him.”

After the parking enforcement officer arrived, the foreman said to the driver, “Can’t you just pull around it? It’s not that hard,” with a big smile on his face. When she realized that he turned her own line around on her, she replied, “F**k you!”

“At this point the officer is walking up to myself and the driver, before she can even introduce herself the Mom in the car slams it into reverse and stomps on the gas, crashing into our porta potty and knocking it over, and then throws the car into drive and tries to mount the curb and drive on the sidewalk,” he wrote. “The officer, driver and I are staring in disbelief as she gets halfway over the curb and gets stuck. I can hear her screaming obscenities over the idling truck from inside her car. The officer promptly walks up to the door of the car and orders her out. My favorite part of the entire thing is watching her face go to shock as she realized she just did all of that in front of a police officer. She gets slapped in cuffs as the parking officer calls for a second unit and she is promptly sat on the very curb she tried to drive over.”

The post concluded, “She sits on the curb yelling to the now two officers about how we told her she could stay there and that we never asked her to move. The traffic officer responds that she was the one who was originally called when she first refused to move and that she already knows what’s going on. While myself and the driver are giving a report to the second officer, my guys finish moving the remainder of the lumber and the driver finishes his statement and takes off to go back to the yard. By the end of the ordeal she was arrested, charged with Child Endangerment, (her kid was in the back of the car the whole time) Reckless Driving, Destruction of Property, (the porta potty) and Driving on a Suspended License. On top of all that she also got her car towed, the kid went home with his grandma and she went to spend some quality time in a cell. I never expected her to actually heed my advice to ‘Just pull out around it.’ But I think next time she’ll probably think twice about parking in a tow away zone, if she ever gets a license again.”

It’s safe to say the driver likely learned her lesson that day. Hopefully she will think twice before attempting to park in a “No Parking” zone in the future.

Sources: All That’s News, Reddit / Featured Image: Pixabay / Embedded Images: MaxPixel (2)

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