Favro's video begins with his politely asking the woman why she had parked in the reserved spot as she returns to her Jeep with her Timmies coffee and iced coffee. "Are you handicapped?" he is heard asking. "No," she says, and walks away. "Well, what makes you so special that you can park in a handicapped spot?" he asks. "Record me, I'll break your (expletive) phone," she says as she gets into the driver's seat, and slams the door. The woman then gets back out, and hurls what appears to be the iced coffee — along with profanities — at the videographer.
"Yes, you can delete your video on YouTube, but this video has been posted on other news outlets."
When he then persists in asking, "What makes you so special?" she throws the coffee at him. "I'm taking this to the police, you assaulted me," he says. "Good for you!" she yells, before backing up and driving away, licence plate clearly visible in the video. Regardless, Favro's efforts to pull back the video demonstrated the difficulties of tamping down on a video gone viral. "Unfortunately, once it's on the Internet, it's hard to take it down," said his Facebook friend, Natasha Marie. "Yes, you can delete your video on YouTube, but this video has been posted on other news outlets." Laura Dixon, in a Facebook comment, said Favro was wrong to try to undo what he had done. "If the guy was feeling remorse for publishing it, perhaps he should not have posted it online and just gone to the police," Dixon wrote. "I agree her language is appalling, she is lazy and inconsiderate, however, this will remain with her for the rest of her life... my father is handicapped and relies on those spaces as do millions of others."
"If the guy was feeling remorse for publishing it, perhaps he should not have posted it online and just gone to the police."