Listen up dirt bag, just because you’re too lazy to find a parking spot doesn’t mean you can block other people in. Ass.
My Wife and I got to the race (Triathlon) at 5am. Along with hundreds of others. In fact all 1000 racers had to be there by 6am.
We parked where we where told by the nice volunteers. Got a pretty good spot too.
You, a spectator, came later in the day. And you blocked us in. It’s a good thing that all you got was a rather civil note on your windsheild, and not a trip to the body shop.
This also happened to me at our wedding. Someone from the next wedding party blocked my new Wife and I in. Yet there where parking spots not 100 feet away. Prick.
Now the question. This happened at a public reservoir (Boulder CO). The parking lot was a field that the volunteers had divided up into orderly rows. It’s a pretty common thing to do here. That’s what the ski areas do.
So, whoever blocked us in denied me the use of my car. Is there some sort of law against that?
There should be.