Anyone with a “Disabled Veteran” licensed plate is allowed to park “for an unlimited period in a parking space or area that is designated specifically for persons with physical disabilities,” according to the Texas DMV.
Try telling that to the “passive-aggressive douche” who left a note on a vet’s car accusing him of stealing someone else’s spot, then ratted on him. The Austin, Texas, native began his letter in the most obnoxious way possible, with “HEY BUDDY,” before continuing, “Stop parking in handicap spots!!! You DO NOT have a sticker nor do you look handicapped. I have taken a picture of your license plate and sent it to the office for towing by the courtesy officer.”
Apparently he didn’t look close enough (he was too busy deciding what a handicapped person “looks” like?), because right there on the license plate, it reads, “DISABLED VETERAN U.S. ARMED FORCES.” And the vet, or as he humorously signed his reply, “the guy who doesn’t look handicapped,” was having none of this “asshole.”
“I kept the original.” Well played, sir.
(Via Austin Reddit)