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Hot Clicks: Boston man gets payback after parking spot is stolen

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Boston man piled snow on top of a New Yorker's car who stole his parking spot. Boston man piled snow on top of a New Yorker's car who stole his parking spot.

KHQ - A man in Boston was more a little frustrated to find that a car with New York license plates took his freshly shoveled parking space that even had a path shoveled out to the sidewalk so he wouldn't have to step in the snow. To make sure the parking theft learned a lesson, the man who shoveled out the parking space buried the car in snow so the New Yorker could shovel his own way out.

He then posted a photo of his accomplishment on Craigslist with the following description:

"So I had a marker, and I spent a long time clearing out this spot. I even made a path from my spot to the sidewalk so I wouldn't have to walk in the streets. According to the Mayor, if you shovel out a spot it is yours for 48 hours after the snow stops. After that it is fair game. This guy didn't wait 24 hours so I put all the snow back... I was nice enough to leave the passenger door accessible in case they needed to get in for an emergency... like they left an inhaler inside or something. But I think he is a total dick and got what he deserved. It was a blue and yellow Monte Carlo with New York plates.
                                                                                                                                                                                            -I hope the owner reads this"



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