Sic Willie Busted Parking in Handicapped Spot
Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer isn't the only bad boy making news with his vehicular misadventures these days ...
It turns out one of FITS founding members and regular contributors, our favorite bad boy Sic Willie, also seems to think he's above the law when it comes to flaunting his ride.
According to multiple sources and photographic evidence obtained exclusively by FITS, our favorite bad boy pulled an E.W. Cromartie early Saturday morning when he illegally parked his phat Pimpfiniti Q45 in a handicapped space on Park Street.
The above photo, taken by FITS staffer Becca D. at 1:18 a.m. on Saturday morning, clearly shows Sic Willie's black 1997 Q45 (complete with "Sportsmen for Sanford" sticker) parked directly in front of a handicapped sign outside at the corner of Park and Gervais streets. Late Friday afternoon, the State Department of Motor Vehicles confirmed to FITS that the license plate on the car in fact belongs to Sic Willie.
Making matters worse, a closer inspection of the vehicle revealed that sic Willie had placed a red and white "Clergy" card (similar to the one used by Chevy Chase in the movie Fletch) on his dashboard in an effort to fool authorities into thinking he was a minister using the parking spot for official church business.
We trust Mayor Bob and the appropriate authorities will fine Sic Willie the full $200 for this flagrant (and now indisputably documented) violation of the law.