Via Cleveland Frowns, here's a pic of the envelope, containing one fabulous traffic camera ticket, the City of Cleveland Parking Violations Bureau sent to his house.
Privilage? Good job, fellas.
We're wondering how many of these envelopes with privilege misspelled the Parking Violations Bureau has sitting around its office. We're also wondering if they noticed the mistake. If they did, well, kudos to them for being cost efficient and refusing to procure ones that don't make the city sound like the high school dropout working the fryer at Rally's.
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