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Clueless New York City street cleaners destroy a parked SUV while the owner watches in horror.

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Submitted by monkey on Tue, 12/28/2010 - 2:04am.
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I think your stupid Ass may have should have gotten some clothes on and went down and offered a hand or some advice, those guys probably have been plowing snow for for 3 days straight without sleep at all, but instead you think you are being a better person by looking out your little window of your stupid little apartment cussing, and video taping them, barely yelling like a little ***** when the guy gets out of his machine, but yelling like you are some big shot when he is inside and cant hear a f**king thing you are saying,,,,its *****s like you why our country is going to sh*t!!!!!

Posted on Tue, 12/28/2010 - 5:49pm by Anonymous (not verified)

I agree. The Front loader itself was stuck, creating a bigger problem on the block.

It sucks that they clipped the suv, but once that happens, you are into the insurance anyway, so they just went for the rescue.

Maybe less ranting and more help would have made the difference if you were so worried about the suv.

At least if you were then blown off by the workers, you would have some footage of some real a-holes, instead of just your own skivvy wearing obnoxiousness...

Posted on Wed, 12/29/2010 - 5:52pm by Real NYer (not verified)

you also are a moron, you also must be a gov't worker

Posted on Fri, 12/31/2010 - 4:00pm by Anonymous (not verified)

you are a moron, you must be a gov't worker too

Posted on Fri, 12/31/2010 - 3:59pm by Anonymous (not verified)


Posted on Wed, 12/29/2010 - 12:56pm by Anonymous (not verified)

Wow, you folks who are ranting at the guy with the video are the real idiots here. Do you have any experience with heavy equipment at all?! The way that "rescue" was handled was sad with little thought given to how it was handled. From my experiences with heavy equipment I've rarely just hooked a chain to it and yanked away. The people operating the equipment should have had proper training and permits to operate that stuff but from the looks of it I have my doubts. As for the guy with the camera, what would you idiots expect him to do? When the city put those guys behind the wheel of that equipment it is reasonable to expect them to operate it safely and professionally, they are not toys in a sand box. Very amature. And you say they're working without sleep as if that justifies the operation of heavy equipment? Please, you folks blaming the guy with the camera for this are the sad ones. Go do something you might know a thing or two about like "how to ***** about anything, without knowing what your talking about".

Posted on Wed, 01/26/2011 - 4:37pm by Anonymous (not verified)

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