A TIKTOKER has asked for others’ opinions over a parking issue after her neighbour was furious when she parked one wheel of her car on his grass.
Krystal Dawn posted a video on TikTok explaining that she had parked the car on the grass to wash it but without realising her front wheel was touching her neighbour’s property.
Krystal said: “He took it upon himself to parade in front of me and put this note on my car because I parked on the grass to wash it- because the hose doesn’t reach to the driveway.”
The move seems to have infuriated her neighbour who left her an aggressive note in all capitals.
It read: “You don’t own this property. Please do not park on the grass. Empty your garage or use the street.”
The TikToker read the message out loud responding to each point one by one.
“I do not own this property. I am a peasant renter, ” she joked.
In response to the suggestion to empty her garage, she explains she drives an SUV and then points the camera to the garage which appears too small to fit her vehicle.
“I must not put a wheel on the grass but I can park in your driveway so you struggle to get out,” she says before showing the piece of grass that has caused the row.
TikTokers were quick to side with her and deemed that the neighbour was being unreasonable.
One said: “Also, you’re meant to wash your car in the grass to prevent the soap from going into the drain.”
Someone said: “I would 100% write a passive-aggressive response for his car ‘You do not own this property. Do not park in front of driveway. Use your own.”
Another one added: “The way I would call the real estate and report he was blocking my driveway so fast.”
While someone said: “I would exclusively be parking on that grass from now on.”
Meanwhile, a war has erupted between neighbours over a single parking space after a council refused to create any more disabled bays.
Blackburn with Darwen Council says they will not paint anymore if there is already one within 40 metres of a property.
In another area,are driven mad by reckless parents blocking roads on the school run have fought back to punish the culprits.
They were left livid after irresponsible mums and dads parked on double yellows and ‘school keep clear’ markings during the school run.
Parents have managed to get revenge on their neighbours after they paved over their garden to create a parking area.
Youngsters were being put in danger during the school run after the homeowner in question replaced the grassy area at the front of their home with a driveway – directly opposite a designated crossing.