Brutal note left on badly parked car after Asda truck fails to access road

A raging resident wrote an angry note to a badly parked driver – after a food delivery failed to access the road. The fuming neighbour scrawled the angry note to the poorly parked vehicle after a truck with groceries could not deliver. The grocery truck, belonging to Asda, was forced to park away from the destination.

Drivers urgently warned to remove part of number plate after law change Instead, the supermarket delivery worker was forced to complete the journey – with crates of food in tow – via foot. The note complained about the awful parking which obstructed the road in Burton, in Staffordshire, in the West Midlands.

It read: “Please think before leaving your car parked like this down this street. “If an emergency vehicle needed to get through, it couldn’t. Please think of others!”

Stay up to date with the very latest from your street or neighbourhood with our Birmingham News Email Updates Another local resident said: “We have a serious issue with double-parking and the council have been informed in the past. “We as neighbours have had to put notes on cars parked explaining they were causing an obstruction.

“Residents are concerned if an emergency vehicle cannot get down, someone may suffer.”

Asda is one of the so called Big Six supermarkets in the country, and its supermarket rivals include the likes of Britain’s biggest grocer Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

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