A MUM was nearly in tears after finding a note labeled her as “a lazy fat guy”.
The letter brutally smashes into Paige Murray’s car, accusing her of unnecessarily parking in the parent-child bay – but she insists she took her baby with her.
The mother, 25, was meeting her husband’s parents for lunch but went back to her car to get a bottle for her son, Daniel, when she discovered the nasty text.
The message said: “There are no children in this vehicle. Lazy fat b**** ds ”.
Paige was confused as to how the note-taker had missed ten minutes by taking Daniel out of her black BMW and tying him to her harness.
She said that when she appeared at lunch with her husband, she was in tears.
Paige, from Basildon, Essex, said: “I hope whoever wrote this note should be ashamed of themselves.
“It’s a cheap shot to call someone fat.
“It reduces humidity during the day because I’m irritated.
“I’m pretty facial and mama bears came out, I feel like they should’ve said that to my face.
“I was very angry and almost cried because I was so frustrated.
“Maybe someone saw me get out of the car and because he was strapped to me in a harness they didn’t notice him.
“If it’s someone who hasn’t had a good day or perhaps someone has postpartum depression – maybe that’s going to ruin their day.”
She added: “It was written on the back of an NHS letter, with no telltale markings to say who it was.
“I definitely think anyone is pretty judgmental.
“I understand it’s frustrating when people use parent-child spaces when they can’t, but I would never use offensive phrases because it can really ruin your day. surname.
“I think it’s an obvious misjudgment but at the end of the day, I hope that anyone notices this and thinks in the future.”
https://www.thesun.ie/motors/8489222/rude-note-fat-lazy-car/ I found a rude note calling me ‘lazy fat guy for parking in a kid’s place