An angry note is affixed to a parked car to prevent a supermarket delivery driver from hitting the road.
As the car stopped on the road, the SDA driver had to stop nearby and walk all the way to the customer’s door.
A note left by an anonymous resident on Staffordshire Street reads: “Please think before you park your car on this road.
“If an emergency vehicle needs to pass, it can’t. Please think of others!”
Another resident said: “We have a serious double parking problem and the council has been notified in the past.
We had to put notes on parked cars as neighbors explaining that they were causing a disturbance.
“Residents are worried. If an emergency vehicle doesn’t get down, someone could be in trouble.”
Police and the council said they would discuss whether to put a double yellow line on the road.
This came to light when a driver gave a brutal response when a neighbor left another angry note in his car complaining about his parking.
After two weeks of parking in his place and threatening to involve the council – the driver tricked the complainant into responding.
And a woman was shocked to receive a rude note from a neighbor threatening to report to the council about her “terrible” parking.
In an angry letter, the neighbor said she could no longer get off her driveway – leaving the woman to claim that it was actually the note writer’s fault that he could not drive properly.
And a furious woman angrily wrote a note to the neighbor about which she thought he had removed it – so who do you think is right?