"I didn't seen a paint sitting on the ground and I hit it, heard a big noise, looked over and saw red all over the snowbank," said Rasinksi.
A reminder: as 48 hours have passed since Boston's snow emergency was lifted, remember space savers are now considered trash if left out. Please be a good neighbor, and abide by Boston's space saver rules. For questions or concerns, contact @BOS311.
From busted windows, to slashed tires, the annual winter parking tradition has been getting out of hand this season, with Southie seeings its fair share of neighborhood conflict.
"On social media, they've made it a war of the yuppies vs. old school Southie people," said resident Johnna Barry.
In a tweet Thursday, Mayor Marty Walsh says the city is disappointed in recent behavior and asks neighbors to be respectful, but people Boston 25 News spoke with say a scolding from city hall might not be enough to end the parking wars.
While we don't plan any changes to the space saver program, we're disappointed by threatening messages and notes residents are leaving on each other's cars. Please be respectful of your neighbors--we all share these streets and our City. No threats will be tolerated.