Twitter Account Calls Out Philadelphia Parking Authority, Posts Photos Of Own Violations


Twitter account PPAwatch is fighting back against the man, and shares photos of Philadelphia Parking Authority vehicles that are violating the laws they enforce.

Here are just a few photos of sweet justice:

The Philadelphia Parking Authority was clearly not amused, and tried shutting it down.

Unfortunately for them, the plan backfired, and PPAwatch was simply required to change its profile picture, and background due to logo infringement.

Further upsetting the PPA, a local NBC affiliate caught wind, and ran a story about the Twitter account.

Twitter makes it easy for anyone to have their voice heard, and to whoever is running the PPAwatch account, we applaud you.

Mike Stenger

Lover of technology, Mike often makes jokes that nobody laughs at.


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