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It seems like Webster Square plaza in Worcester is a magnet for people who like to park in handicapped spots but aren’t actually handicapped. A few weeks back it was the city worker getting lunch on the clock.
Then it was the Yellow Cab driver who didn’t feel like walking 50 extra feet to get where he was going.
Here’s a message we received from a turtle rider yesterday, who was on their way into Planet Fitness in that same plaza.
Walking into planet fitness tonight in Webster square around 7, I see this chick park in the closest handicap spot without a placard and walk right into the gym…. I have pics of the car. This kind of laziness drives me insane.
Mass plates 5NH 185 blue Civic.
I used to go to this Planet Fitness. You have no idea how many times I wanted to park in the handicapped spot. It’s right there, and would totally save me the hassle of going 10 spots down and walking 75 extra feet in the freezing cold. But I didn’t even consider it, not because I’m some noble person, but because I understand that’s it’s a HUGE dick move to do that. I have the luxury of being able bodied, even though I’m kind of a fat ass. Disabled people have to go through life every day without the ability to do the things that the rest of us do without thinking twice. The least we can do is give them preferential parking.
Of course the real irony here is they were going to the gym, where more than likely they engaged in physical activity that disabled people wished they could partake in. And naturally it had to be Planet Fitness, where they can’t be judged for doing this. Unfortunately for them Turtleboy is NOT a judgement free zone. So if our DMV or towing people wanna let us know who this car belongs to, we’d love to find out. Slide into our DM’s if that’s the case.