WinSupply Truck Driver Parks In 3 Spots Including Handicapped Spot At Chick-Fil-A In Attleboro


It’s been a long time since we’ve exposed someone for illegally parking in a handicapped spot, but this WinSupply truck driver at the Chick-Fil-A in Attleboro is as deserving as anyone for a public shaming.

You can’t be serious. This lazy sloth bucket needed not one, not two, but three spaces, including a handicapped spot, because he’s so averse to exercise that the mere thought of parking 30 feet from a fried chicken fast food restaurant frightens him.

I’m not sure what WinSupply of Boston thinks of an employee doing this on the clock while representing their brand, but feel free to ask them yoursevles. Although I’m normally opposed to cancel culture, this doesn’t qualify as cancel culture because it’s not trying to get someone fired for an opinion they hold that some blue checkmark found offensive. It’s holding employees accountable for denying handicapped spots to the handicapped because this guy didn’t feel like walking. It’s mind boggling the amount of people who regularly do this and see nothing wrong with it. So I suppose it’s up to us to continue to shame them until the message is sent that this is simply unacceptable.


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