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Woman Baffled After Driver Refuses To Give Details Because 'Her Car Is S**t'

Jake Massey

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Woman Baffled After Driver Refuses To Give Details Because 'Her Car Is S**t'

A motorist 'hit' a car before leaving a note stating that they wouldn't be providing details because the 'car is s**t'.

Sarah Hall returned to her car parked at Market Place in Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester, yesterday (Tuesday 14 December) to find the outrageous note, which read: "Sorry hit your car.

"But not giving details as your car is s**t!!

"Have a nice day. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. X"

The cheek. Credit: MEN Media
The cheek. Credit: MEN Media

I mean, it's bad enough returning to your wheels to find they've been hit, but that really takes the p**s.

Weirdly, mum-of-two Sarah, from Bury, couldn't actually see any damage on her Suzuki Celerio, though it wasn't as she left it.

Writing on Facebook, the 30-year-old said: "My car is fine I’m just curious who did it?

"My car is s**t but only I’m allowed to say that.

"All the mirrors were pushed in and wipers up, except the one that had the note on."

Sarah has no idea who left the note. Credit: MEN Media
Sarah has no idea who left the note. Credit: MEN Media

Sarah - who works at Cohens Chemist close to Market Place - has had the 2015 plate car for nearly two years after paying £4,500 ($5,971) for it and she reckons it's 'in decent condition'.

She said: "I don’t think the note's genuine as I can’t see any damage, unless I'm that daft I can't see it.

"I'd just like to know who's behind it."

Only Sarah is allowed to call her car 's**t'. Credit: MEN Media
Only Sarah is allowed to call her car 's**t'. Credit: MEN Media

Elsewhere in Greater Manchester, a dispute recently raged after a note was left on a car using a silicone-type substance.

Sisters, Ellie Newman, 36, and Jordana Timeyin, 39, said they park their respective Range Rover Velars on a street close to where they work in Whitefield, but on 30 September, Ellie said she discovered a silicone glued note on her windscreen.

The note in black felt tip pen read: "Please stop using this street as a car park. Residents are coming home from work/shopping and can not park on their own street!!"

Ellie reported the incident to police, but the resident who left the note - who wished to remain anonymous - had no regrets.

They said: "I am not a nasty person and would not do anyone a bad turn, but this has been going on for 12 months.

"I make no apologies, I have not been rude or malicious. It was a reasonable request, I was not rude.

"I just explained how things were from a resident's viewpoint. If you are parking there all day you must know you are causing a problem for somebody.

"I don't like seeing how we have become a very selfish society. I have no time for it."

Featured Image Credit: MEN Media

Topics: Weird, Cars

Jake Massey
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