Over the weekend, Hurricane Irma hit Florida hard, especially in the Florida Keys area. Well in order to prepare for the beast of the storm, the city of Hollywood, Florida opened its parking garages for people who live in low-lying areas to secure their vehicles.

According to Patch.com:

However, when people began showing up Friday, the garage was full. They found one of the garages had been taken over by a local car dealer who filled dozens of spaces with used luxury cars. Using public property for private gain is against the law, and the city plans to put a “boot” — a wheel clamp that prevents the vehicle from being moved — on as many cars as possible, but only so many are available, a city spokeswoman told the Miami Herald.

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