[via The Fog Bender and SF Weekly]
Headline should read:
“Idiot driver with too much money and no fucking sense stupidly drives his $138,000 Maserati into into a Muni maintenance trench”
I don’t recognize this intersection.
Yeah, how is this near Trick Dog?
It’s in the MUNI bus depot on Hampshire and Mariposa. I guess you could call it close to Trick Dog.
he was just trying to disrupt the parking status quo.
I sold him the spot through http://monkeyparking.strikingly.com/
trick dog doesn’t offer valet parking?
The guy said he was a valet parker and I gave him the keys?!
How the entryway to the Muni bus barn on Mariposa between York and Hampshire in any way resembles parking is beyond me.
Lucky he didn’t get a DUI.
but he did get a parking ticket
This story doesn’t add up. Trick Dog is a 1/2 mile away from MUNI depot.
Parking is TOUGH around Trick Dog, gurl.
I’m going with stolen car…
MUNI drivers are way overpaid – except for that dealing with the public part. Then MUNI drivers are way underpaid!
Aw, c’mon — he was just trying to get one of the mechanics to certify his catalytic converter!
Nobody accidentally drives into the Muni bus maintenance garage. Probably somebody was gonna do a free oil change for a friend……
Also, Santa Claus doesn’t exist. BOOM, muthafuckas!
Then who is that creepy guy at the mall that always tries to get me to sit on his lap?
That makes me sad…bang. Stupid head.
This makes me so happy.
Funny, there are all those public boxes on wheels and rails with windows and doors that run over and under the city that he could have taken instead. Or, heaven forbid, just use his own two feet. I mean, c’mon…
This isn’t the real story…. http://sfist.com/2014/06/19/21-year-old_gets_dui_much_internet.php
What actually happened was a 21 year old intern stole his bosses Maserati in the middle of the night, got drunk, and crashed it into the Muni pit.
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