Woman is left 'shaken' after finding 'threatening' note left on car
Woman is left ‘shaken’ after finding ‘threatening’ handwritten note left on car accusing her of parking outside a house ‘for more than a couple of hours’
- A woman found a note left on her car parked on Radcliffe Street in Royton
- An anonymous post shared the ‘threatening’ letter on a Royton Facebook group
A woman was left ‘shaken’ after finding a ‘threatening’ handwritten note on her car in a parking row.
The letter writer instructed the driver to ‘pay for a car park’ instead of parking outside their home on Radcliffe Street in Royton, Oldham.
An anonymous poster on a Royton Facebook group said their mother-in-law found the piece of paper on her car on Saturday.
According to the post, she had been left worried about where to park and asked that residents ‘refrain from writing threatening letters’.
The note read: ‘Tin opener available at 81 or 83.
A woman was left ‘shaken’ after finding a ‘threatening’ handwritten note on her car in a parking row on Saturday
Her car had been parked on Radcliffe Street in Royton, Oldham (pictured) and the note was shared by an anonymous poster on a Royton Facebook group
‘Next time you need to leave your car for more than a couple of hours, pay for a car park and refrain from taking valuable parking spaces outside my home!!
‘Next time the can opener may not be so forthcoming.’
In response, the poster said: ‘Disappointed to share this was found on my mother-in-law’s car today on Radcliffe Street.
‘This person has no idea of the circumstances around the reason for parking there, however this is irrelevant as the road is not owned by either of these properties.
‘She is fairly shaken and now is worried about where to park when this was perfectly legal and reasonable.
‘If anyone has suffered any criminal damage this may enlighten them as to where it’s come from, obviously cannot be sure.
‘Please ensure you move to a house with a parking space if you need to park close to your home, and refrain from writing threatening letters.’
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