Woman charged a cursing fee by tow company
A woman in Alabama wants some of her money back after a towing company charged her extra for using foul language.
Mahogony Grandison had her car towed when she parked it illegally while visiting a friend. She says other people also had their cars towed. However, they were being charged $200, while she was charged $350.
The company said Grandison was charged extra for cursing at them -- something she claims she didn't do. "I explained multiple times it was not me. I even apologized for the person who did curse them out. They were not hearing it."
Police say a verbal argument did take place when Grandison picked up her car. The owner of the towing company says if the woman apologizes, he will consider giving her a partial refund.
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