All right let me set the scene... The gym where I work has a lovely, large parking lot. There are many spaces, with plenty of spots for everyone, front and back. Down one side of the building is a clearly marked fire road, complete with signs indicating that it is not a place to put your car. Drive-through only, red curbs and lines on the pavement. Yadda yadda yadda.
Naturally, all the entitled yuppies want to park in the front parking lot of my gym, which only hold about 20 cars. They, of course, don't want to park in the rear parking lot and have to walk a few more yards. (You're at a gym for Thrognar's sake! This is the one place you should willingly park far away and WALK!)
Instead, guess where they park instead? If you guessed that they park along the fire road that goes down the side of the building, DING DING DING! You win!
Now the fire road is, of course, meant for only one vehicle.... a fire truck. It is basically a one-way-at-a-time road, so if a vehicle is driving through it to get to the back lot, you run the risk of peeling the side of your car off trying to use the road to go the other way at the same time. (Hint, use the two-way road on the OTHER side of the building, stupid!)
I don't think they could even ram them out of the way because we're talking about a line of maybe 8-10 cars clogging this thing.
We make phone calls regularly, and I often smile, seeing a line of ticketed cars.
The biggest buzzkill? The tickets, somehow, don't seem to be deterring anybody. I guess paying a parking ticket for "special" parking is considered a worthy cost?