There are two kinds of drivers in this world: the ones who cut and run when they reverse into your car, and the ones who leave a note.
But as it turns out, the latter aren’t always as virtuous as we might think.
Case in point, this note found shoved under the windscreen of a Jeep Wrangler in Sydney’s inner east:
“Sorry I hit your car there’s no scratches but someone was watching me. Your cars sh** anyway. Shouldn’t of blocked me in. Learn how to park c*** xx. [sic]”
Sydney man Nayte Howarth spotted the backhanded apology yesterday evening while walking through the suburb of Green Square, near Mascot train station.
“I was walking past the Jeep and I saw this really large piece of paper that looked kind of crumpled,” the 29-year-old health supplements wholesaler told Mamamia.
“I just looked out of pure snoopy curiosity. When I read it, I have to admit, I laughed. On one hand I thought, ‘Oh wow, that’s absolutely terrible I can’t believe that someone would do that’. But then at the same time I’m in Sydney and it doesn’t surprise me because people here are pretty ruthless.”