Boy, just when I think I've seen it all and hear it all before, some new moron comes along and takes the cake again. Here's the story... I get a call from a commercial customer asking "have you been by to cut the grass yet?" My reply was a simple "No, but it is on the schedule for today because it has grown alot since Friday." This was the truth, because I had planned to cut a couple of accounts early because they have grown several inches already since I cut on Friday. Anyways, the customer says "Well I didn't think you did this to my lawn." I say "what do you mean?" The customer says, "Well you never leave it looking like this. It looks like crap. It looks like someone just came and made a mess of the front and left." So to make a long story short, I drop by to see what the heck is going on. Well, evidently some moron came by yesterday afternoon after closing and just flat butchered the front lawn. The small part out front is in bad-bad shape and looks aweful. But the sides and rear are untouched.... as of course is the trimming in front. Frankly, I can't even see how someone can manage to do such a thing with a lawn mower. It's cut way to short and places are missed. Plus it's also gapped, scalped, uneven and now frying in the mid 90's temps and sunshine as I type this. It's also covered with clippings and clumps that will have to be removed. Otherwise it will mold in this weather and fungus will break out. Anyways, the customer was not there and has no idea who did this, nor has anyone came forth to take the credit for butchering this nicely manicured lawn. Frankly I was sickened to have witnessed this. I'm at a loss as to how someone can manage to achieve such a mess with a lawn mower. Plus who in the hell is ******** enough to do such a thing? I mean who "just decides" to stop and do that to someone's front lawn? Only the front? Without permission? Without pay? I can only assume someone did this as vandilism or because they "thought" they were doing them a favor. There is a lot of damage and I'm so floored by it all that I'm not even sure what to think or do to handle this in a professional manor.