A mobile application company that allows motorists to auction off parking spots for money has been “temporarily disabled” in San Francisco following a June cease-and-desist order by the city attorney, the company blogged today.

On June 23, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a letter to MonkeyParking threatening to sue the company if the app wasn’t removed by the close of business on Friday.

The app, which is only available in San Francisco and Rome, offered parking spot seekers a chance to bid for on-street parking spots through the mobile app, according to the company’s website. The person parked in the spot would get money for leaving the spot when the next driver arrived.

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