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She Parks Her Car In A Prohibited Parking Zone And Interferes With The Work Of A Team Of Workers: They Take Revenge.

Is it useful to take revenge on a person who has done a wrong? Certainly not: implementing a revenge plan doesn’t help eliminate the problem encountered, but it can be useful for teaching a lesson to those who are not able – or simply do not want – to respect others and their work. We’re going to tell you about a plan of revenge implemented by workers who, annoyed by a woman’s continued disrespect, decided to teach her a lesson.

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image credit: Not the actual photo – Phil Gold/Flickr

The foreman tells the story on Reddit:

I work in construction as a foreman to build a new house. This house is perched on a hill and can only be accessed by a hiking trail. All of our materials have to be carried on this path by hand, which is very difficult for us. One of our consolations is to have the two parking spaces on the road at the bottom of the hill, marked with official no-parking signs. Unfortunately, there is an elementary school half a block away, and the children’s parents often seem to think they can park in our spaces. I consider myself a reasonable person, so if someone has parked in the spaces and we don’t have delivery or need to park a truck, that’s fine, but if we need the spaces and that someone is parked there, I ask them to move and most of the time, it is done immediately. But not today.

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image credit: Not the actual photo – bridgesward/Pixabay

The man continues:

I get a call from the lumber delivery truck and it says it will be there in a couple of minutes. I tell him that I will find him in the street and make sure he has room to park. Of course, I didn’t want him to park in the middle of the street when we have room for him. Going down the hill, I notice that a parent of a student is sitting in his car; assuming that she is just waiting to pick up her son, I walk over to her car and politely tell her that she is parked in a no-go area and that we really need her to release her to park the oncoming truck. She replies: “I only have a few minutes and your truck is not there, relax!” Before I can answer, a huge logging truck comes around the corner and I wave at him, then gesture towards him at the woman in the car who has now rolled up his window to ignore me, then the truck stops next to his car and I politely ask him again, in a louder tone, to move his vehicle, reminding him that he is parked in a reserved area. That’s when I have a great idea: I ask the delivery driver to park as close as possible to her and to block her and “imprison” her between two parking spaces. When the woman realizes that she has been stuck, she picks up the child and begins to realize that she has no way of leaving. She rushes over to me and says, “I’m in a real hurry, you have to move your damn truck now so I can go.” Before I can respond, the driver replies, “Ma’am, in order to unload the wood from the truck we had to release it from the strap and according to our company policy I am not allowed to move the truck with no cargo. secure. Sorry! ” imprison “between two parking spaces. When the woman realizes that she has been stuck, she picks up the child and begins to realize that she has no way of leaving. She rushes over to me and says: “I’m in a real rush, you have to move your damn truck now so I can go.” Before I can answer, the driver replies, “Ma’am, to unload the wood from the truck, we had to release it from the strap and, According to our company policy, I am not allowed to move the truck with unsecured cargo. Sorry! ” imprison “between two parking spaces. When the woman realizes that she has been stuck, she picks up the child and begins to realize that she has no way of leaving. She rushes over to me and says: “I’m in a real rush, you have to move your damn truck now so I can go.” Before I can answer, the driver replies, “Ma’am, to unload the wood from the truck, we had to release it from the strap and, According to our company policy, I am not allowed to move the truck with unsecured cargo. Sorry! ” I’m in a real hurry, you have to move your damn truck now so I can go. “Before I can answer, the driver replies,” Ma’am, to unload the wood from the truck, we had to release it from the strap and, according to our company policy, I am not allowed to move the truck with unsecured cargo. Sorry! ” I’m in a real hurry, you have to move your damn truck now so I can go. “Before I can answer, the driver replies,” Ma’am, to unload the wood from the truck, we had to release it from the strap and, according to our company policy, I am not allowed to move the truck with unsecured cargo. Sorry! “

She screams and rushes to her car. She furiously goes through the passenger door and sits in the driver’s seat. At this point, the policeman who had intervened approached me and the driver, but before he could even introduce himself, the mother in the car put the reverse gear and put the accelerator on the accelerator. crashed into the truck, then tried to get onto the sidewalk and drive from there. The policeman, the driver, and I watch the scene in disbelief as it comes halfway to the sidewalk and gets stuck, after which the policeman quickly approaches the car door and orders her out: the woman does hadn’t realized that she had done all this in front of a policeman!

Meanwhile, my boys finish moving the rest of the wood while the woman is arrested on charges of endangering children (her son was in the back of the car the entire time), dangerous driving, destruction of property (the back of the truck) and driving with a suspended license. To top it off, the car was towed away and the child drove home to her grandmother while she went to spend some time in a cell.

The situation has certainly degenerated, will the woman learn through this to respect the work of others and not to park where one cannot?

source used: BBQLunch/reddit

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