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"
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 - 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."
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."
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