Hilarious video: why you should never illegally park in a Brazillian handicap space! 92



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We’re all sick of seeing handicapped parking spaces misused, but few of us would have the nerve to stand up to an illegal parker quite like this!

A group of Brazilian vigilantes have taken it on themselves to show one driver that selfish parking will not be tolerated, and in a wonderfully creative way: by covering his car from top to bottom in bright blue post-it notes.

As an added artistic touch, the perpetrators even used white post-its to create the handicap symbol, making their message abundantly clear.


YouTube user “Brazilian Guy” captured the moment on camera for the world to enjoy, adding “that’s what happens when you park in a handicap spot in Brazil”.

The video captures the car owner’s furious reaction as he returns to his vehicle while a crowd watches and cheers on.

After clearing the windshield, he angrily drives off, nearly colliding with another vehicle in the process, leaving a trail of blue post-it notes as he leaves.

To add insult to injury, he even receives a ticket. Needless to say, he’ll probably think twice next time he’s looking for an easy park.


Have you ever been annoyed by illegal handicap parking? And what playful way would you choose to get revenge?




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  1. Yes l have been unable to park in a disabled car bay as some cretin has parked there it is illegal and if they get caught good also on the subject of disabled parking why is there only 3/4 disabled bays in large shopping car parks and far too many pram bays

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    • I have the same question Margaret. I understand the pram spots are not law though, so if you need to park closer to the shops I’d use one of them! Most parents I’ve seen are not disabled, they just seem to have a sense of entitlement because they’ve reproduced and think that entitles them to more space, with a shorter walk, than the rest of us.

    • The people with babies are well able to walk further than a disabled person so the disabled bays should be closer to the centre

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