Officers put their own spin on the open to the Netflix show 'Stranger Things.'
In the video, they listed the objects residents have used to save spots, including orange cone, old lawn chair, recycle bin, two stacked cinderblocks, filled trash bags, traffic cone with broom sticking out, milk crate, ornate chair from a dining room set, a grammatically terrible sign that threatens violence, and a toilet.
With snow scheduled for the weekend, a new season of #NoSavesies will begin. We've seen some strange things used over the years to save parking spots -and we're hoping we see a lot less of them this year. Shovel and share -it's not worth fighting over. #NoSavesies #SavesieThings pic.twitter.com/fUfwiJO5fA— Philadelphia Police (@PhillyPolice) December 6, 2017
In the past, the Philly PD used Drake's song 'Hotline Bling,' the TV show 'Game of Thrones,' and Rocky Balboa to spread the message.
Police want everyone to know Philadelphia is a #NoSavesies city. Remember, shovel and share. It's not worth fighting over.
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