A Land Rover driver was shocked after he found rude notes on his windscreen, poking fun at his choice of car.
Birmingham Live reported that Adam Chester parked his 4X4 Land Rover while visiting his friend in Harborne, Birmingham.
However, when he returned to his car, he was surprised to see two notes on the windscreen.
One note left by a particularly bothered pedestrian read: “Do you really need a big, polluting vehicle to get around a city? Have a nice day!"
The other note was a mock advertisement on a black and white card, which stated: “Do you drive a Jeep, 4X4 or Range Rover in the city? You could be entitled to free penis enlargement therapy on the NHS."
Chester, who insists he is eco-conscious, wasn’t angered by the notes but instead thankful his vehicle wasn’t damaged.
The man revealed to the outlet that while he lives in Harbourne, he also has a property in Spain with solar panels.
So, look, it's not all bad! Let people live their lives.
According to the outlet, he said: "I'm all for people having an opinion and being allowed to protest. The oceans are rising, climate change is worrying, we have to be aware but it needs to go higher up the chain. Is the government doing enough?"
He added: "They didn't cause any damage to the car. If there was damage to the car, it would have been a different scenario."
Many online were left rather amused by the incident, as one person wrote: “I love my 4X4 but would laugh my head off if someone put that on my car.”
Another said: “I need those flyers to start handing out that is hilarious.”
A third commented: “Is it really free, anybody phoned it yet?”
While another joked: “Thoughts and Prayers during this difficult time.”Featured Image Credit: tap10/Getty Images. Arctic-Images/Getty Images