Parking vigilante targets Queens law breakers

Jeff Orlick has been taking matters in his own hands when he finds people who park illegally in his Queens neighborhood.

- A Queens man is taking matters into his own hands when it comes to drivers who park illegally.  He had his own stickers made that say "I park like an ***hole".

He's been putting them on cars in his Jackson Heights neighborhood for about six months.

Now, he's started selling the stickers online.

"There are a lot of people who park there and take the train to the city," Orlick says.  "There are a lot of people who don't live there taking advantage."

He says he had not put stickers on too many cars yet.

"I use discresion.  Maybe 10 times, at the most," Orlick says.

Sticker-worthy offenses to Orlick include parking in handicap spots or parking in front of a hydrant.

Orlick admits what he is doing is provocative and polarizing.  He says he's never had a confrontation with the owner of a car that he has put a sticker on their bumper.

He started selling the bumper stickers last week on Etsy at 5 for $10.

Orlick says that he's not breaking any laws because he is not damaging the cars.

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