Driver Smashes Into Mans Parked Car, Then Leaves A Nasty Note Blaming Him For It

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We have all been there. We leave our car parked and expect to find it just as we left it when we return. Then we get back, and something has gone awry. Nayte Howarth of Sydney, Australia, got quite the vulgar message from someone who crashed intohiscar.

Howarth left his car parked, but when he returned he found a note tucked under the windshield wipers. Another driver claimed to have smashed into Howarth’s car while it was parked.

They said the only reason they even wrote the note in the first place was not because they were concerned, but because people were watching and they didn’t want to get in trouble. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a rude note. Recently a girl with disabilities was accused of wrongfully parking in the handicapped zone.

What is worse was the reasoning the rude driver gave for smashing into the car in the first place.

Warning: There is some nasty language in the handwritten note.


A Sydney man couldn’t believe what he saw when he came back to his parked car.

A driver had smashed into this vehicle and left a note.


Typically, we expect an apology note or a basic exchange of insurance details. However, Nayte L. Howarth received a particularly nasty message from the bad driver.


While the car was mostly unscathed, the culprit knew that people were watching, so they wrote a fake note to cover up their bad behavior.


Howard posted the vulgar message with fowl language on Facebook.

OMG SYDNEY!!! Just saw this I took this pic,” he wrote.

The note reads:

Sorry I hit your car, theres no scratches but someone was watching me. Your cars sh** anyway. Shouldnt have blocked me in. Learn how to park c***.”

Thankfully, the vehicle was left without a scratch. But was it necessary for the driver to be so rude?

What was your rudest driving incident? (We’ve all had them.) Let us know in the comments!

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