Country Victoria woman does not find left on her car by a local who thought she was from Melbourne

Victoria woman shares VERY rude note left on her car by a resident who assumed she was a Melburnian who broke lockdown due to a feature on her vehicle

  • Traralgon resident Jodie Oliver returned to her vehicle to find a horrible note
  • The angry local expressed their views by writing: ‘Go back to Melbourne selfish c**t’
  • Ms Oliver believes she was targeted for her Melbourne dealer records










A woman in the Victoria area has shared an incredibly rude note left on her car by a resident who assumed she was breaking the lock because of the dealer stickers on her car.

The lockdown rules in the country of Victoria were lifted on Friday, allowing residents to enjoy life again without strict stay-at-home orders, but Melbourne is still deep in the trenches.

Traralgon resident Jodie Oliver returned to her car on Friday to find a horrible note that read: ‘Go back to Melbourne selfish c**t’.

Ms Oliver believed she had been targeted because of the Melbourne dealer’s name on her number plates.

Traralgon resident Jodie Oliver returned to her car and found an angry note (pictured) from a resident who assumed she was from Melbourne because of her license plates

Another woman was assaulted in Wonthaggi, two hours south-east of Melbourne, because a resident believed she was from the city.

Other residents of regional Victoria have immediately removed any relationship with Melbourne from their vehicles, hoping to avoid conflict themselves.

Senior Sergeant Peter Watson called for the attacks and abuse to stop.

“We shouldn’t assume there’s just a sticker on a car, that they’re from out of town,” Sergeant Watson said.

Regional Victoria was taken out of lockdown on September 10.

Another woman in Wonthaggi, two hours southeast of Melbourne, was assaulted by a local (pictured, Wonthaggi's main road)

Another woman in Wonthaggi, two hours southeast of Melbourne, was assaulted by a local (pictured, Wonthaggi’s main road)

Restaurants, cafes and shops, among others, were able to reopen with capacity and social distancing rules as offices reopened with up to 25 percent of staff.

However, residents of regional Victoria are not allowed to travel to the metropolitan city of Melbourne.

Private gatherings are not allowed and 10 people are allowed to gather in public areas.

Kindergarten through year two students and year 12 students can return to class and nurseries can reopen.

Religious gatherings are limited to 20 people and only 20 people are allowed to attend funerals and 10 at weddings.

Regional Victoria has been enjoying life outside the lockdown since Friday, but Ballarat has been shut down for seven days from midnight on Wednesday (photo, Vincent Street in Ballarat)

Regional Victoria has been enjoying life outside the lockdown since Friday, but Ballarat has been shut down for seven days from midnight on Wednesday (photo, Vincent Street in Ballarat)

Victoria regional suburb registered four new Covid-19 cases, forcing Prime Minister Dan Andrews to force a lockdown (photo, police check driver details in Kilmore, north of Melbourne)

Victoria regional suburb registered four new Covid-19 cases, forcing Prime Minister Dan Andrews to force a lockdown (photo, police check driver details in Kilmore, north of Melbourne)

On Wednesday, Ballarat was shut down in a snap for seven days after recording four new cases of Covid-19.

Prime Minister Dan Andrews has announced that residents of Ballarat will have the same restrictions as Melbourne from 11:59pm on Wednesday, except for the curfew.

At the same time, Shepparton, the only regional city to initially remain in lockdown, will enjoy the same freedoms as the rest of the state from midnight Wednesday.

“It’s not the news Ballarat wants to hear or the decision we want to make,” Prime Minister Dan Andrews told reporters on Wednesday.

‘[But] If we let the virus escape into any part of regional Victoria, it becomes a threat and a risk to all of regional Victoria. We can’t let that happen.’

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