'You know you're in Australia': Man in stitches over angry parking note

·News Reporter
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An American man was left in stitches after spotting a crude note on a parked car in Brisbane.

Mike Suss, an American accountant living in Brisbane, posted a video of the note on his TikTok account of a car parked outside the Waterloo Hotel in Fortitude Valley.

He captioned it: “Australians really love the c-word hey.”

“You know you’re in Australia when…” he says, turning his camera to the note on the car’s windscreen.

Mike Suss is pictured with a car and a crude note attached to it outside Waterloo Hotel in Brisbane.
Mike Suss found a note attached to a car in Brisbane amusing and had to share it on TikTok. Source: TikTok/ mikeysuss

Mr Suss reads the note aloud.

“Stop being a total c*** by parking in the disabled parking,” he says.

He calls it “really funny” and chuckles.

It’s not clear who the car belongs to but Mr Suss claims it’s not his.

'People do this so often'

Viewers were in stitches over the note with some commenting on the fact the person wrote the rude word in large, bold letters.

A note on a car parked outside of Waterloo Hotel in Brisbane asks the driver crudely not to park in the disabled bay.
The note in full. Mr Suss clarified it's not his car. TikTok/ mikeysuss

“The artistry, the calligraphy, a true inspiration,” one man wrote.

One woman, who claims to work in disability support, praised the person responsible.

“People do this so often,” she wrote.

“It s**** me to tears. Whoever put this sign up on the car I applaud you.”

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