Gabrielle55 of Bethesda, Md. kicked it off with a rant about her vehicle being booted for parking in the food store's Cruz Bay lot while she and her husband went to dinner. On returning, she was told what-she-called her 'honest mistake' would cost her $175 to get her car rolling again.
She also complained about being unable to get a receipt for the un-booting and that one of the store's 'guards' threatened to smash her camera if a picture was taken of the payment being made.
Many of the comments, perhaps surprisingly, side with Dolphin.
Pia, a local, said, "Dolphin Market does have signs on all of he walls where to park your car and very clearly states, 'Parking for Customers Only.'" She points out that the new public parking lot at the Enighed commercial dock is now open, "a three-minute walk from town."
Littlebenn from Massachusetts agrees said, "I am not sure why you would park in front of signs that … clearly stated the outcome."
"To wrap it up," afdded StJohnJulie, "don't park where you are not supposed to."