AN EV driver is furious after an angry note was slapped on their windscreen for parking in an alleyway.
The scathing motorist was outraged after a nosy neighbour told her she couldn't park behind her own house – but who's in the right?
Amy Baldwin posted the fuming hand-written message on social media but her response divided opinion.
It read: "THIS IS NOT a parking space, please DO NOT park here."
"Or it will be towed," underlined the fed-up resident.
Stunned by the rude letter, Amy penned: "Had this on my windscreen.
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"Looks like I can't charge in the alleyway directly behind my house.
"Even though neighbours on the end of the alleyway block off that access 24/7 and I'm about halfway into the alley.
"Public charging it is for me for the next five years."
Amy insisted she was in the right, and not parked illegally or blocking any other residents.
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"There's room for neighbours to access their back gardens for sure but not other cars, but I never see other cars use this lane as it's super narrow," she continued.
"Only other neighbours that do are at the end which use the opposite entrance as I do."
But the shocked EV owner did not get the response she expected.
One user commented: "Probably not a popular opinion but if it is not your land and you don't have permission then you are causing an obstruction, whether you believe that to be important or not."
Another dubious person wrote: "It could be seen as obstructing an emergency vehicle, such as a fire engine, from reaching the rear of the houses."
"With a hand written note like that I can only see a disgruntled neighbour. Now not advocating upsetting neighbours but really. Are you blocking access to anyone?", asked a third.
But, others agreed the "grumpy" neighbour should back-off.
"I think as long as you don't take the piss, park it there late at night charge up over night and move it first thing you will be fine," commented someone.
"Try to find the note leaver and have a conversation with them they might be receptive," they added.
Another unimpressed user penned: "Why? Ignore the note. It had no legal strength behind it."
"Middle finger", jibed someone else.
This comes as fuming letters are found posted to windscreens up and down the country.
One woman says she was left stunned after finding an angry note on her car despite being "considerate" when she parks up.
Lauren Ball found the fiery message on her windscreen after leaving her motor on a side road near her home in Denton, Greater Manchester.
Elsewhere, "sinister" notes have been left on cars by neighbours furious at motorists allegedly taking their parking spaces.
Angry locals in Bristol say cars regularly left overnight on their road should move them and be "mindful" to residents' parking needs.
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Meanwhile. another woman was left "shaken" after finding a threatening note on her car even though she parked in a "perfectly legal" spot.
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