We have a charging station in our office parking lot. I'm happy to have visiting EVs drop by, if they need a charge to get home or whatever. We recently became aware of a Ford Focus EV charging every night (first spotted on video while checking whether the lot had been snow plowed). He's been staying for an hour and a half, and consuming about 10 kWh each time. I wasn't even aware that there were any of these in town! Today I was working late, and my Tesla was still plugged in. I was working at the side of the building and heard a very quiet car roll in; figured it was the guy so thought I'd pop outside and have a chat. He saw my Tesla plugged in and started to back out quite quickly. How odd. So I flagged him down. He seemed nice enough, but oddly nervous. Turns out he lives a few minutes away. He said that the charger at the local college "didn't work" so he was charging here. I asked if he couldn't charge at home, and he said he could, but this was Level II high power. At this point I was scratching my head. He's spending an hour and a half each night sitting in our parking lot, instead of just going home? He could put more energy in his pack overnight charging at Level I! So the guy is just interested in getting free power. Sitting there he "earns" a dollar an hour. If he continues like that he will gobble $50 a month of power, which is about what I use in my own car. I was kinda hoping people in the EV community would use it when they actually needed it, not just be leeches. I'm not sure what to make of this... thoughts?