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Mum posts angry note complaining about her parking to explain why she was so close to vehicle-owner who couldn’t put her baby in the car

  • Bryon Bay mum was left an angry note after she parked outside a supermarket
  • Handwritten note called the mother-of-two an ‘absolute inconsiderate tosspot’ 
  • She took to Facebook to defend herself and said she was parked inside the lines
  • Person who wrote the note said they couldn’t load their baby inside their vehicle

A mum has exposed the driver who left her a ‘rude’ note accusing her of parking like an ‘absolute inconsiderate tosspot’. 

Byron Bay mother-of-two Nicole Harvey parked her car in the carpark outside Ballina Central IGA in northern NSW and returned to find a handwritten note had been left on her vehicle.

Another infuriated parent had scrawled an angry message on a piece of brown paper telling Ms Harvey to ‘learn to park between the lines’. 

‘Learn to park between lines. Not on them,’ it read. ‘Couldn’t get the baby in the car because you parked like an absolute inconsiderate tosspot.’

The person who wrote the note complained that because Ms Harvey’s car was so close to the line they had been unable to open a door to put their baby in the car.  

Ms Harvey took to a Ballina community group on Facebook to defend the park. 

‘To the person who left me this lovely note just now at Ballina Central IGA. The car that was parked next to me was on the lines so I had less room to work with – they must of left before you came out,’ she wrote. 

‘Maybe next time park in the parents parking. That’s why they made them. FYI see the photos, I’m in my parking lines.

‘Please share around, there are bigger problems in the world. No need to be rude. KINDNESS IS FREE.’ 

She said she hoped her post would be shared so ‘this person can learn from this’ and said they could have parked further away if they needed more than one full spot. 

Her post quickly went viral with other locals leaving their thoughts in the comments.

‘Don’t worry about her just another Karen,’ one person commented. 

The person who wrote the note complained that because Ms Harvey's car (pictured) was so close to the line they had been unable to open their baby's door

The person who wrote the note complained that because Ms Harvey’s car (pictured) was so close to the line they had been unable to open their baby’s door

‘War in Ukraine, Inflation, Income inequality… Glad we have Facebook to get to the bottom of the real problem with the world, parking etiquette,’ a second shared. 

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‘I don’t even bother parking in a spot if one of the vehicles are right on the line. Cause I’m smart enough to make the decision to go somewhere else instead of making it harder for the next person,’ a third wrote. 

‘Sorry but I am on Mum’s side. You could have parked in another spot?’ another said.

Other locals said it was a council issue. 

‘The parking spaces are too small to start with. It’s ridiculous,’ one wrote. 

‘Parking spaces are getting more narrow and vehicles are getting bigger. Utes and SUV’s. Council should be reading this,’ a third commented.  

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