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‘No kids’ painted on grandfather’s car in Fla. senior community

Posted at 5:17 PM, Nov 15, 2013

FLORIDA (WGHP) — A Florida grandfather believes his granddaughter was the reason someone vandalized his cars.

Now, he’s uneasy about having her visit him.

According to WPTV, Bhaskar Barot woke up Thursday morning, looked outside his window, and saw yellow spray paint all over his two cars.

The message read “No Kids”.

Barot has a 4-year-old granddaughter that visits him frequently, and occasionally spends the night.

He doesn’t feel like she is safe after someone vandalized his cars.

It was reported that this grandfather lives in an age 55+ community of Vero Beach that has strict rules about minors staying overnight.

There is a 30 day per year limit on overnight stays. Daily visits, however, are unlimited.

Barat says several neighbors have written complaints to the Homeowners Association about his granddaughter.

But he says she’s always inside, and doesn’t cause a problem.

WPTVreported those responsible could face a fine, jail time and a felony charge if the damage amounts to more than 1,000 dollars and they are convicted.

Read more: WPTV