Driver apologizes for “FU” on Citation


Driver apologizes for “FU” on Citation

A Pittsburgh area driver was cited for improper parking and in a fit of frustration wrote obscene language on the ticket and returned it to the authorities. He was charges with disorderly conduct.Through his lawyer he apologized, agreed to pay the fine, and admitted that what he did was wrong and done in a "fit of frustration." Charges were dropped.

I am imagine that the judge understood the man’s "frustration" with parking. We all get it and I’m sue a few "FU’s" have issued forth. It was good, however, to make a bit of an example of someone. Respect for the parking rules needs to be upheld.


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