Want to "hunt" poorly parked cars in Paris? Today's the day!
The "Operation Prevention" flyer inviting pedestrians, cyclists, mobility challenged people and parents with children in strollers to "hunt" poorly parked cars and to plaster them with stickers educating their owners about proper parking procedures has intrigued me ever since I first noticed it while riding the bus.
As people are encouraged to meet in front of the town hall in their arrondissement ("district") to register and to pick up their stickers, this initiative is definitely endorsed by the government.
What do you think? Is it a good idea to arm people with stickers and send them out on a vigilante style mission to educate other citizens about correct parking practices? I'm still trying to make up my mind.