I have 2 nominations:
1. We live in a "condotel" where some people (like us) own our units, others rent from individual owners - some long term and some short term - and there are timeshare units. A group of 5-6 people rented a studio down the hall from our unit. I could tell it was cramped in there because they left their front door open. They might have closed it at some time, but it was open every time I walked by. I could hear their conversations at the other end of the hall. The frosting on the cake happened Sunday morning. I stepped into the hall looking for my newspaper. It's usually in front of my door, but it was missing. My newspaper wasn't in the hall either, but there was a young woman and a child or 2 sitting on the carpet reading. They weren't reading a newspaper, but I suspected they took my newspaper. I called the paper and requested a replacement paper and specifically told the district manager not to blame the delivery man since I was fairly certain these short term neighbors stole my paper. Later in the day, my neighbor across the hall told me she saw my newspaper in front of my door, so it was delivered. I called security and asked them to remind our *guests* that they can socialize in the expansive, beautifully decorated lobby or on the recreation deck, but we don't want to hear them, so close their door and don't take over the hallway. I wanted to go down the hall and demand my newspaper back, but I have learned to be more civilized and I didn't have proof that they stole the paper.
2. Now that we have a dog, I take her for a walk after work. I live in Waikiki. It is illegal to ride bicycles, scooters, skateboards, and roller skates on the sidewalks in Waikiki. Little Honey Girl has almost been run over every day by bicyclist and the skateboard wheels scare her. Yesterday the cyclist yelled at me for not having Honey Girl on a short enough lead. Honey was, at most, 1 foot away from my left heel, which I consider "at heel." The cyclist used profanity. I replied, "It's illegal to ride that bike on this sidewalk." Over his shoulder, the cyclist yelled that he would kill "that little dog if he gets in my way."
Why oh why don't the police enforce the law?