Residents of the GTA appear to be getting creative in their attempts to evade Toronto parking tickets.\nA Toronto Parking Enforcement Officer took to Twitter on Tuesday, August 18, to expose an apparently well-used strategy: putting outdated tickets on your dashboard to avoid getting a new one.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: Canada's COVID-19 Cases Are On The Rise In Multiple Provinces & The Graphs Are Wild\n\n\nThis happens often😒I came across a vehicle illegally parked today & it already had a tag on windshield. I checked it. It was from 2018! at a different address 🤦🏼♀️I know this game. Trying to be sneaky to avoid a new ticket. I fixed that for them. 🤨👀 a new $100 tag served. pic.twitter.com/IbYKiWNDBy— PEO Erin Urquhart (@TPS_BikeHart) August 18, 2020\n\nThe ticket also had an address that didn't correspond to where the car was parked.\nThe officer had seen this trick before, however, and issued the trickster a $100-fine. "I know this game," she wrote, also suggesting that it happens pretty often around the city.\nThat sure is sneaky, Toronto, but just not sneaky enough.