Almost everyone has experienced or been guilty of some dreadful parking before, but not everyone has been left an angry note highlighting just how bad it was. 

The Car People wanted to find the funniest angry note left on a car windscreen as a result of bad parking and the results are absolutely hilarious. 

Following a nationwide search to find some of the funniest, passive aggressive notes, the used car supermarket, selected a winner from the hilarious entries and compiled a top ten.


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Pippa Brown, from Newcastle received the note after parking too far away from the kerb, although she responded, “It’s not that bad!”


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Terri Carter, from Stoke on Trent found the note on her car while at work, she commented; “Came back to my car after completing a home visit at work and found this on my windscreen. Don’t know which is more hilarious, him calling me a drug dealer or him calling himself the G man and expecting me to get in touch.”


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Saad Naheem, from Leeds was left a note when parking in his usual parking spot. He commented: “Someone got angry I was too close, yet no one else complains when I park here every day.”


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Terri Taylor, from Holmfirth, found a car on her street had been left several notes by her neighbours, she said: “The neighbours were going all out on this car, with pen and notes on paper, I particularly enjoy other neighbours adding notes to say they weren’t involved!”


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Jodie Kellet, from Wakefield, discovered someone has taken great offence when she had parked on a kerb.


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Peter Hassall, from Shifnal, was so angry about someone’s parking that he left a note, he admits: “I was late for work, it was raining, safe to say I was p*****d off!”


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Nichola Legge, from Devon, found this interesting note on her car.


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Terri Greenwood, from Sheffield, found this aggressive note on the floor when she was walking near her home.


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Kayleigh Brassington, from West Coyney, posted her own angry note in response to her neighbour, she said: “Anonymous neighbour sent a letter through the letter box to complain that car alarm had gone off a couple of times that week so I should get it sorted. I submitted my response as per the photograph.”


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Sarah Crossley, from Meir, received the demanding note when she visited a friend.

Jonathan Allbones, director at The Car People, said: “Most drivers have at one time or another experienced a moment of frustration with an inconveniently parked car. We wanted to launch a competition to find some of the wittiest and silliest notes. It seems we certainly found some of the most offensive!”

“Pippa’s entry was really funny, we enjoyed that she saw the funny side as well, and it seems the person that left it also had a sense of humour.”

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