A shameless driver who received an angry note after parking in a mother and child space to avoid getting dents on his car by ‘old granny’ motorists has vowed to continue – despite not having a child, himself. Andrew, who would not disclose his surname for fear of retaliation, visited Sainsbury’s in Northwich, Cheshire, on Monday and parked his Chrysler Grand Voyager in a mother and child space.
However, when he returned after just 15 minutes he discovered an angry fellow shopper had slapped an angry note on the windscreen of his vehicle labelling him ‘ignorant’. After receiving the note which said, ‘It’s a parent and child space. Please do not be so ignorant’, Andrew decided to share his views of the ‘petty’ message online, claiming that this particular car park is ‘notorious’ for vehicles getting damaged by ‘old granny’ drivers and admits he uses these spaces to avoid getting dents on the people carrier.
Andrew, from Northwich, in Cheshire, said: “That Sainsbury’s car park is notorious for old granny drivers. People who drive there in the day time are 90 years old. One of my friend’s car got absolutely smashed from leaving it in the Sainsbury’s car park. I know for a fact if you leave a car there it’s going to have lots and lots of dints. I’ve got a huge car and I’m not parking in this bay. I will just park where I want. It wouldn’t stop me from doing it in the future. Some spaces are hard to get into. I might have wound a lot of people up but I don’t care.”