Queensland mother faced with brutal note on windscreen after parking at Proserpine Hospital as she took her injured son to the ER
- Queensland mother faced with rude note in hospital
- Rude letter called woman ab***h for not parking in reverse
- A woman’s injured son was rushed to hospital
A woman has been shocked after finding a rude note calling her ab***h placed on the windscreen of her car when she pulled up outside a hospital.
The woman had rushed her injured son to the emergency room at Proserpine Hospital on the north coast of Queensland on Wednesday.
But after returning to her car nearly 30 minutes later, she found the angry person’s letter left on her vehicle.
A Queensland woman has been shocked after a brutal note was posted on the front window of her car after she pulled into a hospital to visit her son in the ER
“Hey rude b***h,” the note was addressed to the woman.
“You’ll notice the sign says ‘reverse parking’.”
The angry writer continued, lashing out at the woman for taking his place.
“I was about to back up and you snuck in – then you had the nerve to obscure.”
The driver then made a bizarre remark about the woman and the condition of her car, before giving her another search for not parking the car in reverse.
‘Dirty window? You don’t even have any sense!!’ the note read.
‘Note that you have not reversed the park!’
The woman said her son suffered a “possible hairline fracture” while playing sports.
In response to the person’s cheeky tirade, the mother took to Facebook to say that parking the car was the least worry for her husband, who was driving the car at the time.
The mother had taken her injured son with her husband to Proserpine Hospital (pictured), before being confronted with the rude note on her car
“To the lovely person who left that note when we took our son to the ER, put your fucking head down,” the woman said.
“The way my husband parked was the last thing on his mind when seeking emergency medical attention for our child.”
The mother said that by the time the angry person placed the note on the car, she was already inside the hospital with her son.
The woman then hit back at the person’s comments, “Have some damn empathy.”
‘Why don’t you tell us face to face?’ she says.
“You are clearly just a cold-hearted coward. Maybe next time, consider the circumstances, you very well left that note on the car of someone whose family member died.
The woman’s post has since been removed from social media.
It is understood that his son has recovered from his injuries.