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Permit Patty

Permit Patty is a nickname given to Oakland, California woman Alison Ettel after she allegedly called the police on an eight-year-old black girl and her mother for selling water outside her apartment. After a video of the incident circulated online, Ettel was mocked in memes and her profession as the CEO of a medicinal marijuana company for animals was pointed at as illustrative of the difference between being white and black in America. In June 2018, Twitter user @_ethipoiangold, the 8-year old girl's cousin, tweeted a video of Ettel evidently on the phone with the police after calling them because the girl and her mother were selling water "without a permit." The situation drew comparisons to BBQ Becky, another Oakland, California woman who several weeks prior had called the police because of a group of black people having a barbecue. Twitter users reacted with outrage at the video. Similar to BBQ Becky and other cop caller memes, users began making hilarious captions or photoshopping her over cinema, characters and other images to mock her privilege and audacity. The meme is erroneously known as white woman permit patty meme, permit patty white woman cop caller meme, white cop caller water permit meme, selling water permit white cop caller meme
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