Dude, he’s in Utah. Probably Park City judging by his display name. There are several destination chargers up there, but it’s a small enough place if he plans on using any of them he knows the owners personally and has already asked permission. Other than that, he doesn’t really have enough range to get to any. Well, the Tesla Store itself. So let’s chill with the accusations unless someone comes right out and proclaims to want to use it at a Tesla destination charger without permission. Then we can go re-read the first several pages of the discussion and conclude that some will end up agreeing to disagree, and it’s not a large enough problem for Tesla to step in and set a more explicit policy anyway (or sue Tony for making the adapter).