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I woke up to find angry notes, rotten vegetables, and dead flies smeared over my car in the parking row

A WOMAN locked in a parking row with her neighbor woke up to find rotten vegetables smeared over her car.

Hannah Jones was disgusted to find the vehicle had also been vandalized with used tea bags and dead flies during the argument.

Hannah Jones woke up to find her car covered in rotting vegetables

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Hannah Jones woke up to find her car covered in rotting vegetablesCredit: MEN Media
The 28-year-old was

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The 28-year-old was “shocked” by the incident in Eagley, Bolton.Photo credit: linkedin.com

The 28-year-old had returned home from work late April 12 and was struggling to find parking near her home in Eagley. Bolton.

She eventually found a spot around the corner, but when she got back to her car the next morning, an angry note was stuck to the windshield that read, ‘DO NOT PARK HERE’.

Her car was also covered in old fruit and vegetable waste, sodden tea bags and cracked egg shells, and her left wing mirror was cracked.

Hannah, who owns a luxury gardening business, said she was “shocked” that someone in her close-knit community has poured her energies into “being so awful.”

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she said MEN: “If you arrive home somewhere after 5 p.m., there is usually hardly any parking space.

“I sometimes had to park 10 minutes from my house to get a spot – that was the case late Tuesday night.

“I had to carry a lot of my car from work, so I parked where no one was parked, behind the Ginnel house.

“I ask someone pulling up if anyone is parking here and she says no, it’s a public parking lot that anyone can use.”

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Hannah continued, “I woke up early to head to work to find my car was covered in dirt and had a ‘Do Not Park Here’ sign on the front.

“My wing mirror was pushed forward and the plastic was torn.

“I had shredded veggies all over my back and left them in my back wiper and it stunk.

“Wet teabags covered the roof and had dried in patchy patches.”

Hannah, who uses her car to get to client appointments, said she was forced to take it to the car wash first because “it’s important that it at least looks clean and tidy.”

And amazingly, this isn’t the first time this has happened.

At first I was quite shocked that someone had put so much energy into being so awful.

Hannah Jones

Hannah was also attacked with a box of dead flies on the car roof – and she’s adamant it’s the same perpetrator.

“It’s clearly the same person,” she said.

“It’s a tight-knit neighborhood, so I was disappointed that someone would take that route instead of just having a conversation.

“I [would] I totally understand if I literally parked in someone’s driveway or blocked someone, but still I don’t think it would justify that behavior.”

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Hannah said she decided not to report the incident to the police, but she’s definitely more careful about where she parks now.

“It made me more cautious, this person is obviously out to cause harm,” she added.

Hannah previously found a box of dead flies on the roof of her car

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Hannah previously found a box of dead flies on the roof of her carCredit: MEN Media
Some of the

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Some of the “dirt” smeared on their vehicle on April 13Credit: MEN Media

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