Social Shaming

Mutual Distribution delivery truck on NYE 2014 parked in access aisle

I am a big fan of social media shaming. Not the kind that hurts kids and leads to teenage suicide. No, I am a proponent of social media shaming that leads to a correction in behavior. Particularly when it comes to people parking illegally in and around accessible parking spots. Like this video that went viral:

This Mutual Distribution delivery truck was caught by yours truly on New Year’s Eve 2014 at a Walgreens in Mint Hill, NC. A post on their corporate page never got a response, so feel free to blow up their social media, email, and snail mail.

Mutual Distribution delivery truck on NYE 2014 parked in access aisle

Mutual Distribution delivery truck on NYE 2014

These guys are my new heroes.


This woman I called out on Instagram and HandicappedFraud.org.

License plate AUB&RHEY at the Charlotte Ikea.

License plate AUB&RHEY at the Charlotte Ikea.

And, as a bonus: This one has nothing to do with parking, but just rudeness on a general level. Nine times out of 10, when I go to a concert, someone decides to push their way up into the accessible seating area, even though THEY DID NOT PAY FOR THOSE SEATS.

So, I present my piece titled, “Not your seats, bitch.” I feel bad for her daughter, whose eye you can see. She clearly know they are in the wrong.

"Not your seats, bitch."

“Not your seats, bitch.”

Don’t end up on my shit list. Because you will end up on the web.


About Laura

Artist, writer, designer and nerdy creative based in Charlotte, NC. Loves Harry Potter, Firefly, Doctor Who, country music, and Nathan Fillion. Wheelchair-user, due to osteogenesis imperfecta aka brittle bone disease.