Warning note left on keyed car

A NOTE warning a driver not to park on the pavement was left on a car which had been scratched and had its wing mirror broken.

The woman had parked her car outside her friend's home in Pickersleigh Mews, Malvern last night (Monday).

She returned to the car this morning to find it had been keyed and the glass in the wing mirror had been smashed.

An unsigned note had been left on top of the car.

Anyone with information should call Malvern police on 101 quoting Incident number OIS 0121s 220414.

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8:10am Wed 23 Apr 14

gmoore1207 says...

serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs
serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs gmoore1207
  • Score: 6

8:11am Wed 23 Apr 14

gmoore1207 says...

the police should book her for parking on pavement
the police should book her for parking on pavement gmoore1207
  • Score: 9

8:57am Wed 23 Apr 14

Guy66 says...

gmoore1207 wrote:
serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs
There is no excuse for criminal damage. I would welcome a name and shame in the local media for the individual who did this as well as a hefty fine/community service.
[quote][p][bold]gmoore1207[/bold] wrote: serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs[/p][/quote]There is no excuse for criminal damage. I would welcome a name and shame in the local media for the individual who did this as well as a hefty fine/community service. Guy66
  • Score: 2

9:01am Wed 23 Apr 14

brooksider says...

gmoore1207 wrote:
the police should book her for parking on pavement
They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction.
If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage.
[quote][p][bold]gmoore1207[/bold] wrote: the police should book her for parking on pavement[/p][/quote]They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction. If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage. brooksider
  • Score: 10

9:07am Wed 23 Apr 14

New Kid on the Block says...

brooksider wrote:
gmoore1207 wrote:
the police should book her for parking on pavement
They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction.
If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage.
How do you park on the pavement without obstructing it?
[quote][p][bold]brooksider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gmoore1207[/bold] wrote: the police should book her for parking on pavement[/p][/quote]They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction. If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage.[/p][/quote]How do you park on the pavement without obstructing it? New Kid on the Block
  • Score: 3

10:55am Wed 23 Apr 14

chrism says...

brooksider wrote:
gmoore1207 wrote:
the police should book her for parking on pavement
They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction.
If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage.
Well strictly speaking they can't book her for parking on the pavement. The point which always gets missed though is that it is a statutory offence to drive on the pavement, and unless she has use of a crane I'm not sure how else she got there.

I'm not condoning criminal damage, but I do wonder whether the police don't already have all the information they need to book the woman concerned. I'm all for a name and shame campaign for pavement parkers - I've personally witnessed mums with pushchairs having to walk in main roads because of pavements blocked by cars.
[quote][p][bold]brooksider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gmoore1207[/bold] wrote: the police should book her for parking on pavement[/p][/quote]They can only 'book' her if the vehicle is creating an obstruction. If she was, the moron should have contacted the police instead of causing criminal damage.[/p][/quote]Well strictly speaking they can't book her for parking on the pavement. The point which always gets missed though is that it is a statutory offence to drive on the pavement, and unless she has use of a crane I'm not sure how else she got there. I'm not condoning criminal damage, but I do wonder whether the police don't already have all the information they need to book the woman concerned. I'm all for a name and shame campaign for pavement parkers - I've personally witnessed mums with pushchairs having to walk in main roads because of pavements blocked by cars. chrism
  • Score: 5

11:45am Wed 23 Apr 14

garysparrow says...

What did the note say?
What did the note say? garysparrow
  • Score: 3

4:17pm Wed 23 Apr 14

marcus.browning says...

I would guess that the scratch and broken mirror were caused by someone trying to get past this carelessly parked car.
I would guess that the scratch and broken mirror were caused by someone trying to get past this carelessly parked car. marcus.browning
  • Score: 3

4:50pm Wed 23 Apr 14

gmoore1207 says...

Guy66 wrote:
gmoore1207 wrote:
serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs
There is no excuse for criminal damage. I would welcome a name and shame in the local media for the individual who did this as well as a hefty fine/community service.
should have thought of that before parking on pavement moron
[quote][p][bold]Guy66[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gmoore1207[/bold] wrote: serves her right pavements are not for cars think of ladys with pushchairs[/p][/quote]There is no excuse for criminal damage. I would welcome a name and shame in the local media for the individual who did this as well as a hefty fine/community service.[/p][/quote]should have thought of that before parking on pavement moron gmoore1207
  • Score: -1

12:23am Thu 24 Apr 14

Andy_R says...

I'm not condoning this sort of thing, but I think it's inevitable when a law exists but the authorities refuse to enforce it. When I moved here from London I was shocked that people were parking on the pavements and nothing was being done about it, try doing this in Westminster and you'll get an instant parking ticket, and probably towed away too if you didn't leave room for a wheelchair to get through.
I'm not condoning this sort of thing, but I think it's inevitable when a law exists but the authorities refuse to enforce it. When I moved here from London I was shocked that people were parking on the pavements and nothing was being done about it, try doing this in Westminster and you'll get an instant parking ticket, and probably towed away too if you didn't leave room for a wheelchair to get through. Andy_R
  • Score: 4

10:24am Thu 24 Apr 14

MJI says...

Try pushing a pram past a car parked on the pavement, it can be a really tight squeeze, and cars can get scratches from prams and pushchairs.

The answer is do not block pavements.
Try pushing a pram past a car parked on the pavement, it can be a really tight squeeze, and cars can get scratches from prams and pushchairs. The answer is do not block pavements. MJI
  • Score: 5

11:12am Fri 25 Apr 14

gaillewisbraznell says...

I don't think she deserve's to have her car damaged for one second.

But parking on the pavement is a real issue.

Pedestrians struggle around cars repeatedly day after day because people are to "up their own arses" to park their vehicles safely.

I walk into droitwich daily and continue to be frustrated by the lack of respect drivers have for pedestrians.

As a driver myself I struggle to get my head around the ignorance of others too.
I don't think she deserve's to have her car damaged for one second. But parking on the pavement is a real issue. Pedestrians struggle around cars repeatedly day after day because people are to "up their own arses" to park their vehicles safely. I walk into droitwich daily and continue to be frustrated by the lack of respect drivers have for pedestrians. As a driver myself I struggle to get my head around the ignorance of others too. gaillewisbraznell
  • Score: 0

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