A Tel Aviv resident is furious that the city is delaying paying her NIS 565 for damage caused to her car almost six months ago by a municipal garbage truck, reports Yediot Tel Aviv. The city reportedly agreed to pay for the damage soon after the accident occurred, but has since been putting off making the payment with various excuses. According to the report, the garbage truck clipped a parked car early one morning in November last year, taking off its side mirror. A passerby saw the accident and noted the truck's number, and later found the car's owner. She immediately photographed the damage and turned to the municipality, which reportedly responded favorably and agreed to pay the NIS 565 quoted for repairing the damage. But when weeks went by without any payment appearing, the owner turned to the city again, and was told that the municipal insurance company could not find the necessary documentation. The owner sent the papers again, but still received no response, and this time was told that she would not be paid because the truck driver had not made any report of an accident. Infuriated, the owner took her story to the newspaper. A municipal spokesman said the insurance company had asked the owner for more details and the matter was currently "being checked."