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Detroit Pizzeria Owner Creates Ingenious Solution to Solve Constant Parking Mix-Up

People just want a large cheese without all the parking fines on top!

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Downtown Detroit is destined to have sought-after parking, but the spaces often used for Tony Sacco’s pizzeria, Mootz, are so poorly marked that he decided to take matters into his own hands. 

Right across the street from his restaurant, there is one handicap parking sign that accounts for 4 spaces of parking, making the spaces appear to be regular parking spots. This has caused countless people to receive tickets for parking in any of these four spots, and $150 a pop has restaurant-goers furious! Sacco is also upset by the poor labeling of the spots, for he finds it understandable each time someone mistakes any for a regular spot. Check out the video below to see what he did to warn everyone. 

What a smart solution! Not only has he clearly warned drivers of the originally poorly-marked spots, but he’s also got the city planning to make improvements to the signage! Painting the spots blue is probably the smartest and easiest way to fix this problem. Do you think the city will end up changing its lack of signs? 

Next time you drop into your favorite pizza place to grab a bite, make sure you’re not parked somewhere that could cost you a pretty penny! It was so kind of Sacco to pay for one of the parking tickets. How angry would you be if you accidentally parked in a finable spot? If you found this article interesting, check out this one on the number one hamburger that won the US Best Burger Award three times. 

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