Not sure this would work anywhere else.
Here is a sad clip from the "Silicon Valley" TV show where Jared goes to meet his biological parents.
If you can’t stand the heat stay out of the kitchen, and if you can’t park, you best stay home all together.
Holiday retailer parking lots aren’t for the faint of heart, so unless you can park and park right, you run the risk of a little street justice. Just ask this shopper in Biddeford, Maine, who thought they could do whatever they want. Parking between two spots on one of the biggest shopping days of the year is a big no no, so other shoppers gave them what for.
Matthew Mills spotted the double parker surrounded by shopping carts in a Walmart parking lot, snapped a pick, and wrote “This guy got a lesson in parking” on Facebook. Roasted.
Mashable spoke to Mills, who said, “"I was going shopping with my father to get some last-minute gifts. I noticed the car was directly over the yellow line and surrounded by carts.”
"I went back and asked other employees if the car was recognizable, and they told me it was an employee that slid into the spot that way due to ice. I think they feel stupid because it was 45 degrees that day and there was no ice.”
Slid into the spot on ice? Who is this guy, Batman? There is only one law in the Walmart parking lot: Parking law, and it’s carried out by mob justice.