BMW driver sparks outrage for leaving ‘cheeky’ note on windscreen after taking designated parking spot
A BMW driver had a resident seeing red after they left a ‘cheeky’ note on the windscreen explaining why they had taken her designated parking spot.
‘Apologies if this is someone’s park,’ the note written by the driver read.
A BMW driver left a Sydney resident fuming after leaving a ‘cheeky’ note on the windscreen (pictured) – after pinching the woman’s designated parking spot
‘I booked visitor parking and there is no availability. Will move ASAP.’
The images of the car were shared on social media on Wednesday – with the BMW remaining unmoved for more than 24 hours.
‘It is ridiculous that at least once a week I find my parking spot occupied,’ the woman posted on Facebook, according to Yahoo News.
‘Also, isn’t ASAP supposed to mean ‘as soon as possible?’
Despite promising to return ‘ASAP’, the luxury vehicle remained in the woman’s designated spot more than 24 hours later
Plenty sympathised with the woman online, saying someone else taking her spot which she pays for annually is ‘ridiculous’.
Others went a little further, with one suggesting to key the BMW.
Another felt puncturing the four tyres of the luxury vehicle would send a strong message.
The woman also revealed to the Facebook group building management were unable to assist her, adding to her fury.