One of the most irritating things is when you're driving around a packed parking lot and it looks that you've finally found a parking spot. But when you go to turn into the spot, someone parked over the white line leaving NO room for anyone to park in that spot. Well Southlake DPS took notice of how often this was happening, specifically in spots that share a line with a handicapped spot. So they decided to take things into their own hands, or words actually.

In a Facebook post from April 15th, Southlake DPS says:

We try to avoid snark and sass (we REALLY do 😉), but sometimes our fair citizens make it hard. Please stay in the lines when you park ESPECIALLY if it's next to a handicapped spot or you might be the recipient of one of our new fliers.

According to Texas.gov, it is in violation of Texas law to park a car in such a way that it blocks access to an accessible parking space, an access aisle, or any architectural improvement that provides access for people with disabilities, such as a ramp or a curb cut.