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A mum was left baffled by an angry note left on her car after a supermarket trip.
TikTok user Inferno Insomnia said she had parked outside the shop in a parking space for parents.
However, she returned find a passive aggressive letter stuck under her windscreen wiper, reports The Mirror.
The mum shared her story in a video posted to the social media platform.
She said it was clear she had kids as there was a child's seat in the back of the car – but this didn't stop someone from leaving her a rude message.
The note said the parking spaces must be left for those "who need them" for everyone's safety, and "not for your convenience".
In the video, the parent says: "So we came back from doing our shopping and we saw this in the windscreen wiper of our car.
"It says please do not park in parent parking if you do not have kids, your registration and vehicle has been reported and also given to centre management.
"In future keep these parking areas available for those who need them for everyone's safety, not for your convenience.
"Now I know you can't really see this because of the window's reflections but if you see in the window of our car you can clearly see a child's seat and children's beanies.
"So do I need to put one of those stick figure family stickers on my car to prove I have children?"
The video, which was posted on Wednesday, June 16, has since gone viral – racking up more than 54,000 views and has received hundreds of comments.
One fellow TikTok user replied: "Centre management would've laughed at them, they can't enforce that rule."
While another added: "A woman did this to me once, I showed her the car seat and she said, 'it's a prop because it's facing the wrong way' – it was a rear-facing seat."
A third chimed: "They were obviously on a high horse because those parking spots are a courtesy and it's not illegal to park in them without kids."
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Meanwhile another viral note has hit headlines this week.
A 'rude' doctors note has had Brits giggling, but medics say it's actually a "secret code".
A Reddit user recently found an old note on his medical records through the NHS app insulting his fitness level, as the doctor wrote he "Avoids even trivial exercise," but nurses told him its actually part of a coding system.
One healthcare professional said: "It’s a code. Codes are used for population health data and planning services. Things like smoking rates are taken from these codes."
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