March 23, 2016

Toronto woman allegedly parks in handicap spot, throws TWO hot coffees at man after he confronts her

Rebel Staff

A video of a Toronto woman swearing and throwing her coffee at a man who confronted her after she parked in a handicap spot at a Tim Hortons has gone viral.

The video begins with the man, identified by the Toronto Sun as Ryan Favro, asking the woman if she's handicapped.

“No,” the cute able-bodied female replies before scurrying away to her car.

“Well, what makes you so special that you can park in a handicap spot?” he asks.

“Record me and I'll break your f—king phone,” she responds before launching into a tirade.

As soon as Favro films the woman's license plate up close and personal, she hurls more vulgarities at him.

“Back the f—k up from my car,” the foul-mouthed woman says before throwing not one, but TWO coffees at the man. “Are you hot?” she taunts.

“I'm taking this to the police. You assaulted me,” Favro says as the feisty girl responds “good for you.”

Toronto Police spokesman Mark Pugash told the Sun that the victim would need to come forward and file a complaint before there would be an investigation, implying that Favro hadn't made good on his threat.

The video has since been removed from Favro's YouTube channel, but it has been reuploaded on a few other channels since going viral.

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commented 2016-03-25 18:31:44 -0400
Bitches Be Crazy.

Jian Ghomeshi knows this very well.
commented 2016-03-25 04:04:50 -0400
I was confronted a month ago. the guy asked where my handicap sign was. I told him on my visor, go take a look. I was angry, but on the other hand I understood. I had walked maybe 30’ and stopped (pain). He should have looked at my visor, not just my license plate.
commented 2016-03-24 22:09:53 -0400
This was overkill of the extreme.
The guy doing the filming was a douche.
Yeah, she was wrong, but this video may ruin her life.
Good move, SJW
commented 2016-03-24 17:55:44 -0400
Cathy and Deborah, I tempestuously agree.

If I park in a handicap zone, I open myself up to criticism and confrontation.
If I think I can’t stand the heat, then I better stay out of the kitchen.

This coffee-tosser foresaw no repercussions for her acts.
But now that she’s been confronted, I bet she doesn’t park in a handicap zone again, or at least thinks twice about it.
What the confronter did was just, appropriate, called-for, and a service to handicap people, and the community.

It boils down to people being self-responsible, which the Timmies-tosser was not.
In a free society you have the privilege to choose to not be self-responsible, but you’re delinquent in your judgment to think you don’t have to pay consequences for your transgressions.

commented 2016-03-24 11:48:05 -0400
She looks and sounds like a spoiled rotten, non-muslim hating, muslim. If not then she looks and sounds like a spoiled rotten loser. I would think she should get a maximum fine for illegally parking in a handi-cap spot and a maximum fine or something for the assault. Idiot.
commented 2016-03-24 11:42:13 -0400
If people don’t want their shameful behaviour shown on the www, then they should act as mature adults. This lady deserved what she got, especially after throwing not one, but two coffees on him. She will learn not to act in haste, because her action was an act of assault. What I take away from this, is be careful who you confront, especially if they are holding hot coffee in their hands.
commented 2016-03-24 09:18:40 -0400
Being a concerned citizen can be hazardous for your health…..unless your prepared to back it up, you might want to let the proper authorities handle it. Sometimes its best to mind your own business, unfortunately. If she had of thrown coffee at me, I would have been the one arrested. Some women can be knocked down as well as knocked up!
commented 2016-03-24 01:49:33 -0400
Jay Kelly -a lesson for left wing commenters, calling someone else racist or homophobic or sexist or intolerant does not mean that you are tolerant or non racist or non homophobic, nor does it mean that your labels are justified.
commented 2016-03-23 23:52:17 -0400
“Excuse me madam.. I believe this parking spot is reserved for the ‘physically’ handicapped..”

Ha ha ha.
commented 2016-03-23 23:31:30 -0400
Excuse me madam.. I believe this parking spot is reserved for the ‘physically’ handicapped..
commented 2016-03-23 22:11:08 -0400
Looking good, Calamity (wink)
commented 2016-03-23 20:51:36 -0400
She probably voted Liberal last election. Oh and by the way, fuck off Jay…
commented 2016-03-23 20:05:36 -0400
There may be a lesson in here for some Rebel commenters: using a string of expletives does not make you look good.
commented 2016-03-23 17:34:49 -0400
Jim Clark,
I violently agree.

Unfortunately, the bleeding-hearts always want to portray the criminal as the victim.

The truth is that criminals have to pay; and be held accountable for their actions.

commented 2016-03-23 16:16:29 -0400
I have it disagree, Dane. U have to film all aggression these days, especially involving females, or you will find yourself In a cell wrongly. Also, people have to stand up for the handicapped. I do the same thing that man did, but I do not confront. I am not that nice. I take it to the police. People need those spots. My late mom used to use those spots
commented 2016-03-23 15:32:13 -0400
this is what happens when people get told that they did something wrong. we have a totally undisciplined self entitled society of narcissistic selfie rejects that are spoiled rotten to the core. then we wonder why everything is going to shit. that’s why i always say this world is one big episode of Jerry Springer.
commented 2016-03-23 15:28:51 -0400
Lad Reme:
There is a reason why those parking spots are located where they are. In most cases, they are strategically located in the most accessible spot for someone who is disabled. 20 feet can make a big difference for someone who is physically struggling to get out and into their car. I am speaking from experience.
She was simply breaking the law. Same as stopping at a red light at 2am and there is no other traffic. Do you stop or simply drive through?
commented 2016-03-23 14:54:45 -0400
What’s the co. logo on her sleeve. Great representative of that company.
commented 2016-03-23 14:07:21 -0400
Everybody has a phone, many look for something stupid to catch on video. No one can have any control over that. The only thing under anyone’s control is to not do embarrassing ridiculous things in public, like letting your anger get the best of you. Somebody is always ready to catch it on a phone and put it up on you tube. Such is life in the 21 century. I don’t think its cool to do it either, but there isn’t anything to stop it. I do agree with what you said though Dane, “It is not the place of citizens to badger others”
commented 2016-03-23 13:58:52 -0400
I do not see a big problem with this. I agree that she should not have parked in the Handicapped space but I did not see a line up to get in there.

I think the Guy with the Cop syndrome should have just left it alone.
commented 2016-03-23 13:39:36 -0400
Not to defend the woman,parking in a handicap space when not needed is stupid and throwing coffee at people is not acceptable. However I dont think it was necessary to film the incident. If the man had taken pictures with the intent of calling the police fine,or wanted to confront the woman fine. But to film the interaction was not necessary, then putting it online for everyone to see is just as immature as parking in a handicap space. It is not the place of citizens to badger others. If there is a problem call the police.

Edward Jobin’s story,i think, is the appropriate action. Not making an international issue out of it.

If a police report has not been filed it says more about the camera man and what he thinks justice is. He is a SJW who just happens to have leg to stand on.
commented 2016-03-23 13:12:59 -0400
Liza Rosie: Now we know why they call it the second cup.
commented 2016-03-23 13:06:00 -0400
Laughs at the use of the term “allegedly”. OK get back to us when you can confirm it.
commented 2016-03-23 13:00:50 -0400
Definitely some arrested development going on there, who throws two hot cups of coffee they just purchased, at a person they are annoyed with?
commented 2016-03-23 12:55:06 -0400
I once told a lady she had dropped something when she tossed a half filled can of soda at a parked car, not that she aimed for it, it was more of a careless toss. The lady went berserk and had the full list of expletives ready. No shaming that one.
commented 2016-03-23 12:50:08 -0400
Once after work I was sitting at a coffee shop with a co-worker as we witnessed a truck full of town workers pull up and and park in a handicap spot. I turned to my friend and said “I think the parking spot is meant for the physically handicapped not the mentally handicapped”. So my colleague hollered my statement across the room to them as they entered the building adding the prefix “hey asshole”.
commented 2016-03-23 12:42:07 -0400
I don’t like piercings as I have a very active lifestyle which I would like my special gurl to enjoy with me. piercings get caught and torn off in safety harnesses during events such as parachuting or bungie jumping. facial piercings, especially those on the eyebrows or nose prevent scuba masks from working properly and must be removed which can be very difficult after they have been in there for a while. nipple piercings get torn off during events such as rock climbing or anything where you press your body against a rough surface, not to mention the fact that they are difficult to conceal and guys will inevitably ask to see them. and who wants an infected nipple? subdermal implants will require surgery to remove them when you no longer feel the need to wear two inch spikes on you face or forehead. overall, they are very limiting.
commented 2016-03-23 12:26:21 -0400
Acuuna – thank you! Peer pressure is a pretty powerful force, but a dose of reality in living colour was what convinced her that I was right!
commented 2016-03-23 12:16:36 -0400
Acuuna – I loved your description of women with tattoos. My daughter was trying to break me down so that she could get one. This is many years ago now. I caved in for her Monroe piercing, and told her that a nose piercing was not going to happen either. She kept pestering me about the tattoo, because all of her friends were getting them. Later that day, we saw a woman, likely in her late sixties, and she had many tattoos on her body, and she wasn’t looking so attractive anymore. I commented to my daughter, that although this woman had more tattoos than most, that this is how she would look when she was that age. She never asked me again about getting a tattoo!