Neighbour leaves furious note on pavement parker’s front door – but told to ‘mind your own f***ing business’

A motorist has responded to an angry message from a neighbor criticize its parking lot, but everyone says the same thing.

The driver was shocked to find a bizarre handwritten note from his neighbor urging him to “stop parking like an idiot,” but responded with a note of his own urging the local resident to “take care of their own damn.” to take care of matters”. .”

A driver was shocked to find a bizarre handwritten note from his neighbor requesting this "mute" Motorists no longer park on the sidewalk


A motorist was shocked to find a bizarre handwritten note from his neighbor demanding that “stupid” drivers refrain from parking on the sidewalkPhoto credit: Reddit @ r/mildlyinteresting

The neighbor stuck a note on the driver’s front door saying that if he continued to park on the sidewalk, he would contact the tow company.

But in revenge, the motorist sent another note to reply to his neighbor, and the caption reads, “To the ass who left that note.”

Reddit user @r/mreasonably interesting used social media to report on “their neighbors’ fight on their doorstep”.

The first note reads: “Stop parking like an idiot! The sidewalk ain’t a shitty place, you stupid idiot.”

“Next time we’ll call the towing company,”

The neighbor who got the message responded with an additional message: “I only park on the sidewalk if my wife, who is seven months pregnant, doesn’t have a parking space.”

“So please mind your own damn business? Thanks.”

“PS: If you have a problem, knock on my door and talk to me instead of leaving a message like ap****.”

The Reddit post had 25,500 views and 900 comments — and most users agree with the neighbor who’s fed up with reckless parking.

One said: “I think most pregnant women can still walk at seven months – even if their doctor has encouraged them to.”

“It’s not a license to be an idiot.”

Another person commented, “Why can’t the man move the car after the woman comes in?”

While a third emphasized: “Absolutely lol. Every pregnancy is different, but ‘seven months pregnant’ alone is not a disability.”

This comes after a man revealed the brutal note left in a car on his street by a neighbor – and it sparked a huge debate.

Also, a driver was upset after finding a very patronizing message from his 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

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