Orange cones, trash cans, a lawn chair and a toilet. They might not be as creepy as the demogorgons, but Philadelphia Police have certainly seen their fair share of "Stranger Things" over the years when it comes to the objects people use to illegally save parking spots during snowstorms. Therefore, it was only right that they chose the popular Netflix series as their newest pop culture staple to spoof in their latest #NoSavesies video on Twitter.
In the video, police ask Philadelphians to be good citizens and “shovel and share” their parking spaces this winter. No, you won't be sent to the Upside Down World if you use a cone or chair to save parking spots, but you could be subjected to a fine and officers can and will confiscate any item used to reserve a space on a city street.
So be sure to follow the rules this winter to avoid getting nasty glares from your neighbors that would even make Eleven wince. Okay, we'll stop with all the references now. We'll leave that to the Duffer Brothers.