Woman Finds Creepy Note On Her Car From Person Wanting To Buy Her 'Panties'
Imagine you're driving in the sunshine, enjoying your day, soaking up the tunes and just having a good time.
You jump out of your car for a bit of a walk and then you come back to your vehicle and find a creepy note from a stranger asking for your underwear.
Well, that's exactly what's happened to one woman in Brisbane, Australia.
Tess Scorrar came back to her car at Nudgee Beach to find this note on her car: "Hello, I think your [sic] very attractive!!! If your [sic] interested, I would like to pay your [sic] cash $ for your panties.
"I'll meet you on the side of the road back to town. Just pull over I'll find you."
Now if that's not the start of a horror movie then I don't know what is. The final bit to the note is the creepiest part; almost like he's watching her movements and know where she'll be.
Tess says the whole incident has left her shaken and she doesn't feel safe anymore.
"I was only gone for around 20 or 30 minutes. As soon as I got back, I noticed a piece of paper sticking out from underneath the windscreen wiper.
"I thought it was a ticket, or maybe someone had knocked my car and left a note. But then I read it and was really grossed out. It was not at all what I was expecting.
"I went home and started reading it over and over again, and it sunk in just how creepy it was.
"I go there all the time by myself, and now I'm getting this weird note. I don't know if someone has been watching me for a while, who knows?
"At first, I kind of brushed it off. But the more I thought about it and read the note, I realised I should do something about it. I decided to report it to the police as this person could be a predator, and the next person they see might not be so lucky to just get a note.
"I just want to get the warning out there for people to always be aware of what is happening around them."
Thankfully the matter is in the hands of the cops who will hopefully find the creep that did this. Tess says the ordeal has made her much more conscious of her surroundings.
She's hoping the person is caught quick smart.
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