Some dingbat parked their car in front of a Fire Hydrant in New York City. A fire broke out nearby and when the FDNY responded, they put a hose to the hydrant . . . . right through the two front windows of the car.
Smashed those windows out without missing a beat.
'A GOOD LESSON': One vehicle owner learned the hard way why you shouldn't park your car in front of a fire hydrant. Firefighters smashed through a car's windows to get a fire hose to the hydrant and the car got a ticket to top it off. https://t.co/MQNLvXKU2c pic.twitter.com/qMWTOD0IDi— ABC News (@ABC) February 22, 2021
The thing is, NO ONE blames the fire department at all! That's because ALL of us have wanted to park "for just a minute or two" in front of a hydrant, but we knew better. We knew people's lives might depend on that hydrant. We knew its a big ticket for parking in front of a hydrant. So WE parked elsewhere.
This person; not too smart.
Now, he's got two smashed front windows, likely some water damage from the spray into the car, and a big fat parking ticket issued by NYPD.