There’s nothing better than a vigilante, especially when that vigilante takes on obnoxious government officials who abuse their position, which is exactly what a fed up New Yorker is doing. After growing tired of city officials parking like “a-holes,” he decided he was going to get revenge, and it’s quite awesome.
The 34-year-old Queens resident considers himself to be a community activist, and since police won’t do anything about the horrible parking jobs from city officials, he took it upon himself to, reports Fox News. Although Jeff Orlick’s activism isn’t just limited to officials abusing their power, and anybody who parks in front of a hydrant, or in a handicap spot without a placard falls victim to his shaming.
“If people park like a–holes, they should know about it,” Orlick said. “You see these things every day that are wrong and people could pass by or take a picture and put it on Instagram or you can do something and make a difference.”
What does he do, exactly? Well, he had these epically awesome stickers made up to put on their cars, and people probably don’t even realize they’re on there for a while. Orlick’s stickers simply read, “I park like an a—hole,” and he places them on the bumpers of offending vehicles.
Isn’t that awesome? Finally someone doing something about others who are rude, and he has a thing for the abuse of credentials by officials.
“People take advantage of their positions,” he said. “I think some traffic officers are afraid to put tickets on some cars just because they have placards in their car.”
If you like Orlick’s idea, you can purchase some of the stickers from Etsy. Although, he’s only received one order so far, where a man purchased about $10 worth.