I was left shaken after finding threatening note on my car – even though I parked in a ‘perfectly legal’ spot

A WOMAN was “devastated” after finding a threatening letter on her car despite having parked in a “completely legal” spot.

The handwritten note appeared to have been written by a disgruntled neighbor urging the driver to pay for a parking space instead of taking a “valuable” spot in front of his house.

One woman said she was shocked to find a threatening letter in my car


One woman said she was shocked to find a threatening letter in my carPhoto credit: Royton Community Hub – Facebook

The woman’s mother-in-law found it on the car in Oldham, Greater Manchester, on Saturday.

The relative was shocked and concerned about where to park in the future, even though the maneuver was “completely legal,” he said Manchester evening news.

The notice read, “Can opener available at 81 or 83.”

“Next time you have to leave your car for more than a few hours, pay for a parking spot and don’t take up valuable parking space in front of my house!!”

“Next time, the can opener might not be so accommodating.”

The neighborly incident was shared in an anonymous post on a Royton Facebook group.

In response, the poster pointed out that no one has the right to park on a public street.

They wrote: “I am disappointed to report that this was found in my mother-in-law’s car on Radcliffe Street today.”

“This person has no idea of ​​the circumstances as to why they parked there. However, this is immaterial as the road does not belong to any of these lots.

“She’s quite shaken up and now worried about where to park when it was perfectly legal and sensible to do so.”

She continued: “If someone has suffered criminal damage, it can provide insight into where the damage came from. Of course I can’t be sure.”

“Please move to a house with parking if you need to park near your house and don’t write threatening letters.”

It comes after a frustrated motorist took to social media to show a note left on his car by a disgruntled neighbor.

But people spent more time analyzing the neighbor’s handwriting than questionable parking.

Another motorist also found an angry note on his engine above his parking lot – and shocked onlookers with his reaction.

Meanwhile, a driver took to social media to share an angry note left on his car by a neighbor.

Alley Einstein

Alley Einstein is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Alley Einstein joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing Alley@ustimespost.com.

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