How to spot a hot spot in a parking garage: Parking lot security report
Parking garages can be a hassle for the car, especially if the car is being used for a commercial activity, but some of the security reports posted online are downright hilarious.
One example shows a man in a yellow car with a license plate of 7D-DVN, which stands for “Do Not Disturb,” who was parked in a garage with the number of cars parked on the street.
His name is John, and his car is parked in the garage, with the parking lot covered with parking tickets and a sign on the side saying “No Parking.”
John was a guest at the garage the day the security report was posted.
He posted the video on his Facebook page and quickly drew a lot of attention, and the video went viral.
“I’ve been parking at this garage for over a decade and never had a problem, but this guy just took the cake,” he wrote on his page.
He added that he would like to add that this man is a friend, and is a great guy who is helping others out with their parking problems.
The man also wrote that he didn’t have to pay for the parking ticket, but “I am thankful for the chance to work with a nice guy.”
The parking lot security incident went viral, and it took a while for it to be pulled down from Facebook.
In the meantime, the man who posted the security video has been asked to leave the parking spot and has since moved on.
In a statement to NBC News, the parking company said it was aware of the video and was investigating the matter.
The video was posted by John D. in the parking garage of a shopping center in Florida.
The garage was shut down by the parking agency because of a parking ticket.
NBC News contacted the parking firm and asked them if John D.’s video had any impact on the company’s policy or whether it would be a problem if he moved on to another location.
A spokesperson said the company had no comment.