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The top 10 confrontations between citizens and Philadelphia Parking Authority workers from the past four seasons.
A couple turn to prayer at the impound lot; a sidewalk parker throws a fit; and luck runs out for a person who got a break in the past.
Former boxer Tommy Hearns is ticketed in Detroit; violators fight tickets in Providence, R.I.
In the sixth-season opener, angry morning commuters are caught in Detroit; repeat offenders surface in Providence, R.I.; cars are booted at a graduation ceremony in Detroit.
A tow-truck driver demands to see a woman's parking permit; broken parking meters cause headaches for a ticketer in Detroit; and violators are ticketed in Long Island.
A citizen argues over a ticket given in a rush-hour zone; and a woman is irate over all the paperwork to fill out at the impound lot.
An Israeli tourist tries to get his car from the impound lot; a deliveryman becomes irate over a ticket; and the vehicle of a couple on a date gets the boot.
A rap star has a hard time retrieving his promotional truck from the impound lot; a ticket writer shows how he recovers from the stress of dealing with angry citizens.
An irate mother tries to retrieve the car that was towed after her son borrowed it without permission; two booters have a disagreement over technical problems.
Offenders fly into a rage in Detroit; angry shoppers claim cars are being towed illegally.
The keys to an impounded car are missing and the owner is furious; a booter finds pleasure in removing boots.
A man tries to retrieve his car before it's auctioned; and a ticket writer deals with irate citizens and a bad-hair day.
A repeat offender tries to prevent her car from being towed in Staten Island; a driver parks in a bus zone in Hempstead, N.Y.
Tourists from Chicago test the patience of an employee at the impound lot; a veteran tries to toughen up a rookie on the ticket beat. Also: booting in downtown Philly.
A man faces endless obstacles to retrieve his car at the impound lot; and a ticketer faces angry construction workers.
A man tries to stop booters from getting to his car; and a veteran ticket writer endures profanities from angry women.
An angry crowd heckles a ticket writer; evening partyers hurry to retrieve their cars before the lot closes.
A ticketer gives parking tips to Detroit violators; a tow-truck driver tries to calm violators in Staten Island.
A citizen gets angry over a broken meter; a woman cries when her car gets a boot put on it and is later towed; a man grows impatient waiting to retrieve his impounded car.
In Detroit, workers call for police backup; and, in Philadelphia, a ticketer has a standoff over a broken meter; and an angry father and son cause a scene at the impound lot.
In Philadelphia, two cars get the boot on the same block, and one of the owners decides to get physical; and a 70-year-old man tries to stay calm while retrieving his impounded car. In Detroit, a ticket-giver faces an angry citizen.
In Detroit, a man unleashes expletives when his car gets the boot. In Philadelphia, a man tries to prevent a worker from ticketing his neighbor's car; and a worker wrongfully gives a ticket.
An angry car owner tries to lock a tow-truck driver out of his vehicle; an employee issues tickets on a new beat; and a mountain of red tape is sorted through to get a pink truck released.
A veteran instructs a rookie ticket writer; and a woman erupts in anger at the impound lot.
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