Yesterday we published a blog about a woman who parked in a handicapped spot at the hospital, and was quite rude according to the person who reported her:
Was taking my mother home from Tufts Medical Center, she was in a wheelchair. This asshole parked so that I couldn’t get the wheelchair close enough to the front door, she saw us struggling and didn’t even offer to move. I whacked her door with my door and she had the balls to say something. Mind you this entitled bitch is in an hp spot with no plate or placard. If I didn’t have my elderly sick mom with me I would have smacked her.
Well, the Mercedes driver turns out to be a lawyer with a hyphenated name from Boxford, Janis with an s Stanziani-Stoler.
As you can see from her dancing skills, she is clearly not handicapped. Not sure if she still practices law, as it’s hard to find much on her on the Google machine besides this. Either way, it doesn’t take a lawyer to know that parking in handicapped spots when you’re not handicapped isn’t just against the law; it’s unethical. Especially when you’re at a hospital where the people who use those spots are going for medical treatment. Shame on you Janis with an s. I’d say that you disgrace people with hyphenated last names, but I think the damage has already been done in regards to that.
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