The parking tension in San Francisco just went to a whole new level.
A 32-year-old woman is suffering from multiple injuries, including human bites, after she got into a dispute with another woman over a parking spot near the Sunnydale housing projects.
Officer Albie Esparza says the incident happened yesterday morning when the victim parked her car in a public parking spot in front of a house on the 200 block of Blythdale Avenue near Santos Street.
A woman living in a residence in front of the spot came outside and picked a fight with the driver about parking in front of her house; the upset homeowner then went inside and returned with a silver handgun. She fired at the victim, hitting her once, police said.
As if that wasn't enough, the suspect, who was only described as a black woman in her 40s, went back inside and got a rolling pin. She then began hitting the victim over the head multiple times, Esparza said.
As the two struggled, the suspect pulled out her next weapon: her teeth. She reportedly bit the victim on her breast and arm before hopping into a black SUV and fleeing the scene. The victim tried to follow her in her car, but instead ended up at San Francisco General Hospital where she was treated for a bleeding open wound to her head and human bite wounds.
The victim is expected to survive. As for the suspect, well, the cops know where she lives.
"It's baffling why a suspect would commit such a crime in front of her residence," Esparza told us. "We're hoping investigators will follow through and make an arrest in this case -- this type of violence is unacceptable for a mere parking spot."