& # 39; Damn it if we squeak for 10 minutes! & # 39; Paramedic unveils false mouthful note left on her parked ambulance by angry resident while treating a patient
- Ambulance employee Lauren Wheeler has left a disgusting note on the vehicle
- The message was left behind by a resident furious at having their driveway blocked
- It said: & # 39; Ask if f ****** appears when we squeak for ten minutes on the handset & # 39;
A paramedic has revealed a disgusting note left on her vehicle by a motorist who was furious because their driveway was blocked for 10 minutes.
The note was discovered by Lauren Wheeler during a callout and scribbled into a black pen, in which he said he had to ask for & # 39; permission to park or & # 39; f ****** had to come out & # 39 ;.
Lauren, from Harlow, Essex, shared a photo of the note on social media and wrote: & # 39; I like to get nice notes in my work.
The note, written in uppercase letters in black pen, said: “It doesn't matter if you are an ambulance, you cannot block people's driveways!
& # 39; Ask if f ****** appears when we squeak for ten minutes. & # 39;
The note was discovered by Lauren Wheeler during a call and scribbled in a black pen, in which he said that he had to ask for & # 39; s permission to park or & # 39; f ****** had to come out & # 39;
Kelly Dunn responded online: & # 39; 10 minutes Lauren … 10 f ***** minutes !! What a gobs *****. & # 39;
Sarah Lovegrove responded: & # 39; Omg !! How cheeky. Let's hope they never need an ambulance. & # 39;
Lauren Wheeler (photo) from Harlow, Essex, shared a photo of the note on social media and wrote: & # 39; I like to get nice notes in my work & # 39;
Nina Louise Philpott agreed and wrote: & # 39; Maybe he will need you someday !!! & # 39;
Camille Wyre posted: & # 39; Oh my god, that's disgusting !!! & # 39;
Lauren did not indicate where the incident took place, but several people on social media suggested it happened in Southend, Essex.
It is not the first time that ambulance personnel have left hateful notes.
In August, an insulting note was left on the windshield of an ambulance parked in Luton, Bedfordshire, referring to the workers as & # 39; blind idiots & # 39 ;.
The East of England Ambulance Service posted a photo of the note on their social media and said: & # 39; Is your parking really more important than the life of a neighbor? & # 39;
In December last year an ambulance was left in Manchester with an offensive note filled with explosives.
The unknown writer complained that they would be late for their work.
A spokeswoman for the North West Ambulance Service said the abuse & # 39; absolutely not desired & # 39; was and said: & # 39; our patients are our first priority & # 39 ;.
She added: & # 39; This note was left on an ambulance in Manchester today, while ambulance doctors treated a critically ill patient.
& # 39; We hate to stand in the way, but the needs of our patients have our highest priority and abuse like this is absolutely not desired. & # 39;
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