A legitimate neighbor pasted a handwritten note to a roommate’s car asking them not to park in their lot.
The confused car owner, who wishes to remain anonymous, described finding the enigmatic letter on his windshield one morning.
They went on to say that Broomhouse Crescent does not have parking spaces assigned to specific homeowners, so they believe it is legal to park where there is a space.
But an arrogant neighbor obviously disagreed, saying he had the right to demand a dedicated spot outside his home.
The photo of the note, shared with Edinburgh Live, read: “Hi, would you please park your car somewhere?”
“I parked my car on different streets every day.
“You park in my parking lot every day.
“Thanks in advance.”
The person seems to think they are entitled to a regular seat, even though the busy residential street is essentially open to all and there are no designated seats.
Local residents report that it has been extremely difficult to find parking lately and that they have to park where they can.
The affected resident said: “I woke up this morning with this note on my car.
“My car is across from my house.
Lately, my neighbors have parked a lot of cars on the street, so unfortunately, like everyone else, I still have to park where I can get a spot.
“I realize how painful this is, but there is no allocated parking space in the Crescent.”