‘Entitled’ driver justifies parking across two spaces with brutal windscreen note

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The brazen driver left onlookers completely gobsmacked after trying to defend their selfish parking habit – the windscreen note has gone viral online as people share their bemusment

This driver’s audaicty knows no limits as their baffling windscreen note has left onlookers stunned.

The car owner in question brazenly left their vehicle parked across two spaces. However, the driver clearly thought they’d done nothing wrong, as their angry letter tried to justify the bold move.

Seemingly replying to a previous note, the car owner defended their improper parking to passers-by. Unfortunately, Reddit users had little sympathy for the driver’s reasoning when the exchange was shared online. In the note – posted to the website by an anonymous user – the car owner had a lot to get off their chest.

“The reason I park in 2 spaces is because someone hit my car and drove off costing me £500 to get it repaired,” they wrote. “So do not leave a note on my window. How would you like it done to you.!!!!!”

The writer also underlined ‘do not’ twice, perhaps hoping to offset the five exclamation parks. Evidently amused by the find, the post’s author said: “Note on the dash did not disappoint.” However, they were not the only one to have a similar reaction.

The exchange delighted Reddit users, and the post has amassed over 300 replies debating the matter. But few appeared to take the driver’s side. Instead, commenters were quick to slam their parking. Meanwhile, others mocked the note.

“If it’s ok for one, it’s ok for all, then the number of spaces is halved… Sure they wouldn’t be happy about that,” someone suggested. “No you don’t understand, it’s only ok if you’ve been crashed into in the past,” another quipped.

A third person thought: “I’d be especially inclined to leave a note. Putting it next to their note so it’s obvious I knew…” Offering a suggestion, a different person added: “Maybe if you parked better, people wouldn’t hit your car.”

Another person commented: “Idiot thinks one instance of bad luck now entitles them to two spaces.” Elsewhere, someone jibed: “I didn’t really understand the note until I read the fifth exclamation mark. Three, even four wouldn’t have been clear enough. The fifth one completes it.”

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