Trigger Warning: The video in this article contains language that could be viewed as fat-phobic

We'll be breaking down the video below without any context whatsoever, but it seems like a fairly cut-and-dry scenario.

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Tulsa, Oklahoma has a minor league hockey team called the Tulsa Oilers. Earlier this week, they had a game and parking was tight.

Spot's Taken

As the video opens, a lady stands in front of an open parking lot. Another lady has begun pulling into the spot, with her front bumper pressed against the Parking Lot Saver's legs.


Not Cool

Look, it's not against the law to save parking spots, but it's a real jerk move. The lady even claims that the friend that she's saving the spot for is handicapped. Lady, if that's the case, I think she can park much closer. They have special spots for that.

A parking lot attendant tries to come over and reason with the woman, but she's not budging.


Even Less Cool

So, as frustrations begin to boil over, with neither side willing to budge, the other drivers who have been waiting patiently for a resolution start to lose their collective cool.

One man off-camera says, "Hit the gas pedal, run her fat ass over!" Oof.

Now, that's not a very nice thing to say about a person, but we can all learn a little life lesson here. If you're going to do something that the rest of society deems rude, even if it's not illegal, you still can suffer insults from the people you are upsetting, which is also not illegal.

You mess with the bull, you get the horns, as they say.

Check out the video below:


@smokinpoke918 #hockey #oklahomastate #boomer ♬ original sound - Andrew Moore

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