A mum has been delivered some choice words in an angry note placed on her windscreen after she parked in a parenting bay outside a shopping centre.
The 19-year-old mum, who has P-plates, discovered the vile letter after returning to her car at Carousel Shopping Centre in Cannington, Perth.
The author seemed to think she didn’t deserve to park there.
“Thanks c*** face. Parents with prams is for parents with babies, not for p platers who think the world owes them something,” the note, shared by Daily Mail Australia, read.
“You are the description of a c***. I’m a mum of a newborn who needed the park.”
The recipient took to Facebook on Wednesday to set the record straight, writing to the “lovely” anonymous woman who presumed she was more entitled to the parking bay than the teenager.
“To the lovely lady who left this on my car at Carousel Shopping Centre, I'm going to say you just couldn't see the capsule base in the back of my car,” she wrote.
The drama unfolded after a woman was confronted in a shopping centre car park in Far North Queensland.
A 38-year-old woman claimed a woman in her 40s assaulted her in the car park of Smithfield Shopping Centre, north of Cairns, by spitting on her and shoving her into a car.
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