I pulled in today to the Westfield Topanga Mall to do some holiday shopping and to charge my Model S, only to find that Tesla is no longer allowing their customers to charge at their location. Preferred parking and charging has been available since the store first opened, but now they claim that they need the six parking spaces, two Model S chargers, and a Roadster charger are all needed for "store inventory". Today the Topanga "store inventory" consisted of two new Model S's that were NOT plugged in, and 4 empty spaces. The two cars were parked in parked at an angle that deliberately blocked the use of two other perfectly good spaces. (The picture below illustrates the two Model S's blocking the 4 spaces, with two empty Roadster spaces back right. The two cars back left are using the only two public chargers at the mall...including my white Tesla) I'm happy about Tesla's success, as I am an early adopter, and an early stock investor. I understand that the stores need inventory for test drives, sales, etc. However I'm disappointed that the company has pushed away it's current owners by taking away the perk of parking and charging at their stores. If the parking spaces and charging stations are available, why not let us use them?