A Sydney driver has been left furious and it appears, pretty upset, after their jeep was keyed with a vulgar word.
A bad day for the driver turned into a series of events, after their jeep broke down in front of the driveway of another person’s parking spot in Coogee in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
Despite leaving a note on the windshield of the jeep which read ‘broke down’, someone decided that wasn’t good enough.
Shockingly, an unidentified person keyed the car with the swear word ‘c***’, leaving the jeep owner understandably fuming.
The owner went back to the jeep to leave another note, showing restraint at how poised and dignified they remained in their response.
“To whoever has gone to the bother to key ‘C***’ on to this jeep, I hope you work through whatever issues you clearly have,” they started the note.
“This jeep was clearly not left here by choice and I hope if you ever find yourself in a similar predicament that you are treated better than In which I was. “
The owner of the car continued, writing: “ These are hard enough times without people like you causing more unnecessary stress to others.”
They then signed off with a simple “I wish you all the best”.
While the vulgar word can’t really be seen on the jeep in the image, on closer inspection, scratches appear to have been carved into the vehicle on the back passenger door.
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