Shocking note left for Tesla driver over 'inconsiderate' parking

·News Reporter
·2-min read

A Tesla driver returned to their car over the weekend to find a particularly nasty note attached to the windscreen. 

The author of the note went after the driver of the vehicle, which appeared to be parked slightly skew-whiff in an underground garage at Bondi Beach, in Sydney's east, on Sunday evening. 

"Did your fancy car park itself like this or are you just an inconsiderate c***?" the letter, photographed and uploaded to Facebook, read. 

The Tesla poked slightly over the border of the car park it was occupying in Bondi. Source: Facebook
The Tesla poked slightly over the border of the car park it was occupying in Bondi. Source: Facebook

The daughter of the woman who shared the photo online spotted the scene after a trip to Woolworths, her mum told Yahoo News Australia. 

"Apparently there weren't many parks," she said, describing the note "a bit rude". 

Others agreed the language in the note was a bit of an overkill for how small of an inconvenience that was caused. 

"Dude there’s a million free parks in there by the looks of it!! Why waste your time writing your tirade of aggressive bullshit..." one person wrote in a comment.

An unimpressed passerby left this nasty note for the driver of the Tesla. Source: Facebook
An unimpressed passerby left this nasty note for the driver of the Tesla. Source: Facebook

Someone else agreed it was a prime example of a "first world problem". 

"Now that's aggressive folks," another wrote. 

"There’s so many other parks to use. Who’s got the time to write a note like that?" someone else said.

There were a few who agreed with the author of the letter, including one who said there was nothing wrong with the note.

"What’s wrong with that? No spelling or grammar mistakes at all," they said in congratulations to the note's author.

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