A LIVE-in attendant claims another driver scratched her car and left without leaving a note.
Lilly Bella Scott, 22, is furious she’s now faced with a repair bill she can’t afford.
She was parked near her place of work in Beverly, East Yorkshire on Tuesday when she saw the damage.
Your car was parked in a legitimate, designated parking space near an intersection.
But some local residents have urged the council to reconsider it because it’s so close to a curve.
Lilly told Hull Live: “I was really angry when someone hit my car.
“I might have parked in a place that people wouldn’t approve of, but I was within the lines and it’s a parking lot nonetheless.
“I can’t be the only person it has happened to so if it becomes a problem the council should get rid of it.
“I don’t know when I’ll have the money to fix it, I have other things to pay for and God knows when I can afford it.
“I shouldn’t have to skimp for someone else’s negligence, but that’s the way life is right now, there’s not much I can do about it.
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“Even if me and the other person walk halfway, it would help.
“I won’t ask any questions, everyone does stupid things, just apologize and try to make amends afterwards?”
It comes after other motorists were shamed over the notes left on their cars.
A mum was on the verge of tears after one called her a “lazy fat b*****”.
Paige Murray has been accused of unnecessarily parking in a parent-child bay – but she insists she had her baby with her.
And a gym teacher was furious when she found a note on her car blaming her vanity.
Carly Bateman, 28, was also told there was no reason to have her SUV in an urban area after eco-activists deflated a tire outside her home.
https://www.thesun.ie/motors/8753505/car-scratched-driver-note-repair/ My car was scratched and the driver didn’t leave a message