Driver’s ‘selfish’ parking shamed by sarcastic note and kids’ colouring sheet

A local resident took revenge on a “selfish” driver who parked on the pavement.

They penned a passive aggressive note, before pinning it onto the Toyota Yaris’ windscreen.

The sarcastic letter is titled “Colouring for toddlers!” and shows the outline of a duck.

It reads: “(can a pram fit through?) (can a wheelchair fit through?) Colour this in to help you learn how to stay in the lines. Park properly, d*******!”

The angry passer-by has no regrets about putting the “rude” motorist in their place.

They told the ECHO: “I don’t mind that people park up on the kerb, but when it completely obstructs the pavement that a wheelchair user or pram can't get through, it's an annoyance, selfish and rude.”

Other locals agree with the note too.

When a video of the parked car went viral online, a commenter said: “Well done for this.

"Absolutely sick of walking my pram into the road because people park so inconsiderately!”

Another commented: “Brilliant. Well done!! Some people are so selfish when parking.”

And a third person added: “So inconsiderate. Why would anyone think it's OK to force people to go onto the road to get past?”

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This isn't the only passive aggressive note to go viral recently.

Previously, a mum found an angry parking notice on her car with 'yellow fine' bag.

Meanwhile, a fed-up local offered a motorist a "free driving lesson" in a sarcastic letter.

And occasionally, drivers hit back at the anonymous notes.

When a motorist received an angry note about parking, they "owned" their neighbour with a brutal reply.

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