One man posted a pretty controversial story about how he got revenge on his neighbor after he stole his freshly snow-shoveled parking space.
On the subreddit, r/pettyrevenge, a man details the story of a time he poured multiple gallons of water on his neighbor's windshield and let it freeze overnight until it was rock solid and almost impossible to scrape off by the next morning.
He starts the story off by explaining that they had gotten 8 inches of snow the previous night and that the windchill of the next day made it feel as if it were in the negatives where he lived.
He mentions that he drives an SUV, but his wife drives a Prius, which he explains “slides with the smallest amount of moisture on the road.”
After Coming Back From The Store, His Neighbor Hopped Into His Freshly Shoveled Parking Spot
The story continues with the OP (Original Poster) explaining that his car wasn’t working at the time, so he and his wife had to take the Prius out so they could go to the store.
He shoveled the car out of the snow, and they left and were gone for at least an hour.
However, when OP and his wife returned, their neighbor was in the freshly shoveled spot.
The apartment complex in which the OP stays does not have assigned parking, but he says that everyone understands that if someone shovels a spot, it’s theirs for the keeping as it takes a lot of hard work and effort to clear it out.
When the OP saw his neighbor on the spot, he admitted he was “pretty pi...ed.”
The story continues with the OP going inside to fill up 2-gallon jugs with water before going outside and pouring it on the neighbor's windshield.
He explains that he poured at least 10 gallons of water in total on the man’s car and that every time he went back inside to fill the gallons back up, it was cold enough that the previous round was already freezing solid.
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Revenge Is Best Served Cold
The OP explains that the next morning, he happily watched his neighbor helplessly scrape off all the layers of ice off his windshield.
While many agreed with the man’s “ice-cold revenge”, others claimed that the man was being an “a...hole” and that he could have just gone to his neighbor's house and asked him to move his car.
Many even claimed that this was property damage, which is illegal.
But the OP mentions at the end of his post that this was many years ago, and the cops haven’t come for him yet. He’ll probably be just fine.
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