'No kids' spray painted on cars in retirement community

Article Courtesy of The Orlando Sentinel

Video Courtesy of Channel 25, WPBF News


Published November 26, 2013

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Bhaskar Barot said he believes neighbors in his 55-plus community spray painted "no kids" on his vehicles.


A man who lives in a 55-plus community in Vero Beach believes one of his neighbors was so upset with him babysitting his granddaughter, that he or she decided to retaliate by spray painting "no kids" all over his car.
Bhaskar Barot says he babysits his granddaughter twice a week, but now she won't be able to.
"If she comes here and sees that, she's going to be scared. She's very sensitive," Barot told WPTV. 


Barot has hired an attorney and he called police Nov. 14 when he saw the bold message covering his Toyota Camry and his wife's minivan.


The Homeowner Association guidelines in Woodfield, the community where Barot lives, state that overnight stays by minors are limited to 30 days per year, but there is no limit on daytime visits, according to WPTV.

Barot told the TV station that his granddaughter stays inside and although neighbors have complained to the HOA, he's never received any fines or notices regarding her visits.

Either way, Barot said he wishes that the concerned neighbor would have confronted him about the issue instead of vandalizing his property.