Getting a ticket. It's not that he's getting a ticket for parking in a handicapped spot which might be a couple hundred dollars, but he's in the gr/eats lot getting served by the parking enforcement but he was eating at Furaibo. I'm not sure how people think 1) parking in a lot that's not Furaibo's parking lot, and 2) in a handicapped spot, is alright. But 3), why didn't car next to him who parked within the blue lines of the handicapped spot didn't get a ticket? We've towed cars of seniors, deaf, and pregnant, but this might be the best deterrent. I'm not sure why some people park illegally and expect that they'll get away with it over and over, and I don't understand why some people are adamant about being jerks when they're wrong. Is it a defense mechanism?