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This is True®

by Randy Cassingham

Stories from Our Archives ©1994-2008

Conspicuous Contempt
When a woman saw a car occupied by two apparently able-bodied young men parked in a handicapped spot in front of the restaurant where she works in Spotsylvania County, Va., she asked the driver to move. He not only refused, he cursed her. He should have been nicer: the woman wrote down a description of the car and its license number. Meanwhile, the two men’s companion was inside the restaurant — robbing it. With the description and tag number, police quickly apprehended the trio. “If he had just been polite and moved the car, she probably wouldn’t have paid any further attention to them,” a sheriff’s spokesman said. (Fredricksburg Free Lance Star) ...You may say “just a minute” but the state says “7–10 years.”
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