Friday, May 30, 2014

Be Careful on Social Media...

Because a wanna-be cop d-bag might mis-read what you wrote and fine you for something you didn't do...

Woman 'laughed' when she got citation for Facebook post
Christine Adamski said she was surprised last week when she received a citation in the mail for a comment she made on Facebook, but she also knew immediately she wasn’t going to pay it.

Adamski, 25, opened the $50 ticket from the Will County Forest Preserve District last week and read the letter alleging she had used a dog park without a proper permit.

The citation arrived at her Bolingbrook home with a letter explaining the ticket, an application for a dog park permit as well as a copy of her social media post “admitting her guilt.”
Apparently there's a permit needed to use this dog park. What Adamski put on Facebook was this:
“I was feeling bad that I haven’t bought a pass and been bringing Ginger there but I’m pretty glad I haven’t,” wrote Adamski. “So not going to worry about it until later. I hope all the doggies get better soon.”
The employee took this to mean that she had been bringing her dog to the park without a permit, whereas what had happened was she was feeling bad she hadn't brought her dog to the park yet this year. English. Do they speak it in What?

Doesn't that just make you feel all kinds of special? These employees have nothing better to do than monitor Facebook all day long, draw improper conclusions, and then waste taxpayer dollars sending out tickets that people don't deserve? Wonder how many people have gotten tickets they didn't deserve and paid them anyways?

Of course, this employee will not be disciplined...

That is all.