Philadelphia police say no saving spots in Drake parody

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Philly police have a message for you - call them on your cell phone. (WPVI)

Philadelphia police are warning residents to not use cones to save parking spots during this impending snowstorm.

By warning residents, we mean police are serenading them using the catchy sounds of Drake to spread their message.

Philadelphia Police Department's latest viral hit is a parody of the rapper's hit song 'Hotline Bling.'

The PPD switched up the lyrics to make sure Philadelphians know it's illegal to save a spot:

You need to call us from your cell phone/
Late night, when you see that cone/
Call us from your cell phone/
That parking spot's not yours alone

"Folks - the spot isn't yours, and saving it is against the law. Don't fight and argue with your neighbors - if you see an offending spot saver, call 911 and the PPD will swing by and check it out," the Facebook post reads.

Using their inner Drake, police want everyone to know Philadelphia is a #NoSavesies city.
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