Some people deserve to get named and shamed. Ahmed Mohammed is one such shyster.
NBC run a story with video clip of his overcharging tourist for hot dogs – up to $30 in some cases – and short changing others. To make it worse, he is doing this outside the World Trade Center. For starters, NYC ordinance says prices need to be published.
Hope the bad publicity and NYC puts this rotten bastard out of business.
Jessica Lappin of the Alliance for Downtown New York said “it gives New York a bad name.”
Is that even possible?
Anyhowy our verdict: Feed him to the Lions.
Per AAA site:
“Traffic Trap” – AAA condemns traffic enforcement measures and practices which are designed to raise revenue rather than prevent crashes or where there is evidence that enforcement is not justified by sound engineering principles. AAA particularly condemns the use of traffic traps which involve unfair, unethical or illegal law enforcement tactics or traffic control devices, as well as the use of speed measurement devices on roads with speed limits appreciably less than warranted by sound engineering principles.
Under “Traffic Traps” AAA says about Lawtey and Waldo:
“These two small Florida communities are located on U.S. Highway 301 situated about halfway between Jacksonville and Gainesville and still depend on revenue generated by traffic tickets to help meet their annual budget”
AAA is so outraged, it even paid for billboards to warn motorists traveling down 301 to beware that they are approaching these towns. Continue reading..