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Friday, February 17, 2012

SoCal Man Nixes Moving to S.F. After Car Gets Towed in Bernal Heights

Posted By on Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 11:40 AM

Peter, you just might fit right in here in San Francisco
  • Peter, you just might fit right in here in San Francisco

A few weeks ago we regaled readers with parking drama over in Bernal Heights -- as you might recall, two neighbors were hoping to resolve their parking problems with really passive-aggressive notes. No word on how that saga ended, but here's more parking excitement from the pleasant hamlet of Bernal Heights.

Peter, a random dude from Santa Barbara, got a real taste of San Francisco beyond the regular tourist traps. As Bernalwood notes, the former East Coast resident decided to travel the nation to find which city he might call home next. While road-tripping through California, Peter made the foolish mistake of parking his car in Bernal Heights for a few days while he flew to a wedding in Boston.

Much to Peter's surprise and disgust, he found his car gone -- towed away -- when he returned from his delightful trip from the East Coast.

Based on this horrific parking experience, Peter decided San Francisco wasn't for him. But he sure as hell wasn't going to leave without giving us San Franciscans a piece of his mind.

Here's Peter's note to us, per the Bernalwood Press:

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Great, that's one less asshole with a car that we have to worry about!

Read the full letter at the Bernalwood blog.

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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