Defendant: Belle Fleur, New York City.
Count 1: Misdemeanor spelling of a not-unfamiliar thoroughfare.
Count 2: Rendering grammatical indecency permanent with painted and/or adhesive letters.
Count 3: Exposing grammatical indecency to the public via automobile.
Report: Officer was patrolling Fifth Avenue when the infraction was spotted and documented. Infraction is eerily similar to a recent incident and may indicate an upsurge in grammatical indecency in the Chelsea area – above and beyond petty apostrophe crimes.
Fine: $138, and three free bokays.
It appears the officer allowed the perpetrator off with a warning for improper abbreviation of “N.Y.”
It’s been a while since high school, but I’m pretty sure that the words are in FRENCH. That in and of itself may be a violation…