A woman found a sarcastic handwritten note attached to her windscreen left by her neighbor for mocking the way she parked her silver Commodore in Australia.
When the woman returned to her car, she noticed a handwritten note attached to her windscreen that read: “G’day Cobba. Couldn’t help notice how well you park that flash Commodore of yours. Most people try to keep their car between the white lines. It would be a good idea if you did the same.”
The woman was furious and decided to leave a note on the neighbor’s windscreen to give her a lesson.
She left a note that read: “I’m sorry I don’t have a Swift like the rest of you. Yeah, sorry cobba, can’t park for s*** aye.”
The woman shared the pictures of the notes on a Facebook community group and said she has a very tight parking space.
Most of the Internet users supported her while others suggested she should have left a more brutal note.
It has now become a norm leaving a note on a driver’s windscreen to mock or to give some lesson to that person.
A few months back, a pensioner and his son found a note attached to their car at a Sainsbury’s car park for slamming them for unknowingly parking in a camper van space.
The note started with: “You park like a c***! Who on earth gives you the right to park your sh***y vehicle in this arrogant and careless fashion?”
The note was full of threats and the pensioner and his son were left shocked. The language used was abusive and horrendous.
They criticized the person who left such an abusive note on their car and reported the crime to the police.
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