BOCA RUDETON™: Pedicure Parking At Waters Edge Elementary

Pedicure parking at Waters Edge elementary. It turns out if you have a pedicure, you can ignore the no parking sign!

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We just can’t make this stuff up. Before we tell you what the driver said, keep in mind that Waters Edge is an A rated elementary school where nearly half the school is identified as “gifted.” Knowing this, you must ask yourself: “what part of the no parking sign is difficult to read?!”

The woman driving this Chevy Traverse with license plate HQC-C76 decided that rules don’t apply to her because — wait for it — she just had a pedicure and couldn’t possibly walk from the parent parking lot to the door where kids are picked up after school! A pedicure! For real! That’s what she announced to the school aide as she dashed by the aide’s desk to presumably retrieve her child.

Lady driver of the Chevy Traverse with license plate HQC-C76, you are our Boca Rudeton™ winner of the day!

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