I'm mortified after finding extremely rude note left on my car – it was uncalled for | The Sun

A MOTORIST has been left mortified after finding that an extremely rude note had been left on his car.

Adam Chester, 46, returned to his Land Rover in Harborne, Birmingham, to find an obscene message stuffed under the windscreen.

The insulting black and white card read: "Do you drive a Jeep, 4X4 or Range Rover in the city?

"You could be entitled to free penis enlargement therapy on the NHS."

Pictures of the cars mentioned were also printed on the card, as well as a phone number, which went to voicemail when he dialled it in anger.

Another message was also stuck to his car, snidely asking: "Do you really need a big, polluting vehicle to get around a city? Have a nice day."


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The criticism seemed to be centred on the fact that 4x4s tend to be larger and less environmentally friendly than most cars.

Adam, who considers himself to be conscious about climate change, told The Mail: "'I'm all for people having an opinion and being allowed to protest.

"The oceans are rising, climate change is worrying, we have to be aware but it needs to go higher up the chain.

"They didn't cause any damage to the car. If there was damage to the car, it would have been a different scenario."

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He posted the notes on social media, with commenters quick to slam those responsible.

One wrote: "Some people have way too much time on their hands."

Another advised him to write amusing answers back on the cards and leave them for the people behind the stunt to find.

It comes after a group of fuming neighbours left "sinister" notes on cars as they savaged drivers for allegedly nicking their parking space.

Meanwhile, another motorist accused an electric car driver of leaving an obscene message on his vehicle after he parked at a charging station – even though it wasn't working.

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