- Mar 31, 2006
Orlando man flips city the painted 'Bird in code protest
Mike Cordi of Orlando believes he's fighting a war with the city's code enforcement officials, and he's painted his Ford Thunderbird in protest. The T-Bird even has a battle scene set up on the trunklid, depicting his battle with the city. Cordi indicates that the standoff began when the city cited him for putting a boat and cars in his yard, subsequently warning him about parking vehicles on the grass.
Cordi is set to plead his case before the city's code enforcement board next month. In the meantime, his Audubon Park neighbors don't look too pleased.
(Tip nod: Chicken)