Natasha Myers is a beacon of street justice. She looks out for the every day working stiff who put their lives on the line by walking Florida streets and roads teeming with dangerous inconsiderate drivers.
And when Natasha sees a driver not yielding to pedestrians, AS IS THE LAW, they meet the swift fist of her vigilante justice.
And by that, we mean she keys a drawing of a dick on that person's car.
Myers took her vengeance out on a silver Kia SUV parked at a Publix parking lot located at 1920 Bruce B. Downs Blvd in Wesley Chapel.
Myers approached the car, whipped out her keys, and began to key the Kia's passenger side "so hard it exposed the bare metal underneath."
She then took to the SUV's hood and began to sketch a giant penis on it with the keys.
When she was done drawing a penis on some random stranger's car, Myers calmly walked into the Publix where she asked a customer service person if she could borrow a Post-it note.
Myers then wrote out a brief message, and placed the Post-it on the SUV's windshield.
"Hey I keyed your car," the note read. "You didn't stop for pedestrians as is law. Since no cop to enforce a ticket, this should cover the cost of your fine. Have a good day. P.S. Don't be a dick."
Since the cops aren't around to ticket your ass for not stopping for people, AS IS LAW, then I will vandalize your car in their stead. Don't be a dick. HERE'S A DRAWING OF A DICK THAT YOU'RE BEING.
The whole incident was captured on the supermarket's surveillance cameras.
The owner of the car was a 63-year old woman, who called 911 when she discovered her Kia had been treated like a passed out frat bro after a college party.
Turns out, the damage to the SUV was $1,240.13 -- a tad more expensive than a ticket for not stopping for pedestrians would've cost.
Cops showed up to Myers' home, where she admitted to being the Dong Sketching Vigilante, and was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief.
Natasha Myers is like Batman!
If Batman drew pictures of dongs on criminals rather than beating them up.
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