Glebe locals shocked as resident plasters car with 'vicious' notes

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  • Black sedan found covered in vicious notes with three tyres punctured
  • 'Dear A****** Parking Person', one threatening letter began 
  • The work appears to have been done by a disgruntled resident
  • Person responsible wrote he paid $67 at OfficeWorks 
  • Vehicle was found on Wigram Lane, Glebe, on July 10, 2015  

By Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia

Published: 08:43 GMT, 4 August 2015 | Updated: 15:31 GMT, 4 August 2015

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Pity the poor driver who left their car parked in a laneway only to return to find it plastered with these impossibly sticky, abusive notes. 

Mark Paterson, 30, discovered a black sedan covered with nine crude messages and three of its four tyres let down in Glebe, in Sydney's inner-west, during the school holidays recently. 

The notes were accompanied by a letter that was laden with curses, lambasting the driver for their poor parking ability.

A driver who parked in a laneway returned to find their car covered in rude, sticky notes

A driver who parked in a laneway returned to find their car covered in rude, sticky notes

'Dear A****** Parking Person,' began the spray; typed in bright pink letters and dripping with malice. 

'I went out of my way to find stickers that are almost impossible to get off... Hope it pisses you off as much as your S*** parking job has pissed off the whole street'. 

It concluded with a threatening warning for the future that included the car's number plate. 

'It was pretty vicious, some of the stuff I read, and the malice in damaging a car,' Mr Paterson told Daily Mail Australia.

The notes suggest the poster enjoyed sticking the parking critique to the car's windows, and said they'll be on watch for more mistakes in future

The notes suggest the poster enjoyed sticking the parking critique to the car's windows, and said they'll be on watch for more mistakes in future

'Letting the tyres down and things like that is probably going a step too far.'

One of the notes said it had cost $67 for the unknown perpetrator to obtain the necessary ink and paper for the project from stationery supply store OfficeWorks.

But it would be 'priceless' to see the driver's face upon returning to the car, the message continued. 

Another note was a form printed from 'youparklikeana******.com' - a website devoted to cause.

One of the notes even provided the driver with a list of options as to why they parked so poorly

One of the notes even provided the driver with a list of options as to why they parked so poorly

The driver said he was unsure why his car was targeted, and said the boot may have been hanging 'just over' a driveway

The driver said he was unsure why his car was targeted, and said the boot may have been hanging 'just over' a driveway

The reason this particular vehicle was targeted remains unclear. 

Mr Paterson said the boot may have been hanging 'just over' a driveway.

Or it may have blocked a resident's offstreet parking, he hypothesised.

'I don't know if the car had been moved or not, or if he's a serial offender,' he said. 

'But it didn't look all that badly parked.'

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