NHL player Sean Avery has established a solid reputation in the sports world. Fans may have seen Sean’s propensity for picking fights, however, it appears that this has happened twice. In a heated parking dispute, NHL player Sean Avery threatened to snap the teen’s windshield wipers.

Sean Avery and his neighbors recently got into another argument; this time, he threatened to break their windshield wipers because of the manner they had parked their automobiles on a roadway next to his house.

According to TMZ Sports, the altercation took place last Thursday in Hollywood Hills when the former NHL player challenged a few individuals, including some adolescents, about a few parked cars.

Sean Avery and his neighbors recently got into another argument; this time, he threatened to break their windshield wipers because of the manner they had parked their automobiles on a roadway next to his house.

But his approach to the matter wasn’t well received by the neighbors, and a lengthy street brawl that lasted for several minutes resulted. Avery offered an ultimatum for the final time since he was so disgusted.

“The next time one of you guys parks your cars there, I’m going to snap your windshield wipers off. One-hundred percent. One-hundred percent. Ask around!”

“Dude. You’re too f***ing short to actually, like, try and challenge anyone. Just shut up.”

The argument reportedly ended without an incident. Naturally, this is not the first time Avery has been seen acting out in front of a camera in close proximity to his home; just last year, he destroyed a man’s car mirror after he claimed the man hit him while he was jogging in the street.

However, no police were called, as this altercation was limited to verbal combat. What do you think about this fight? Please tell us in the comments. Keep checking Thirsty for more updates.

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