Man stunned after neighbours demand he stop parking his ‘monstrous’ bright pink van outside their houses in brutal note

A VAN driver was left gobsmacked after being branded “inconsiderate” by neighbours when he parked his bright pink van on his own road.

One morning he woke up to find a nasty note had been left on his van, which was left just down the road from his house in Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent.

The note said: “Why don't you park this monstrosity of a van next to your own house? Very inconsiderate. From at least four unhappy neighbours.”

The van driver just laughed off the note, but was shocked when he found another furious note had been left on his vehicle again.

This time the letter wasn’t quite so calm.

It had been written in block capitals, reading: “PARK THIS MONSTROSITY IN FRONT OF YOUR! HOUSE. NOT MINE!"

Do you think he got the message?

The driver revealed to StokeonTrentLive the reason he chose to park where he did was so he avoided congestion.

He said: “I received this note after parking a works van – to be fair a horrible pink colour – further up the road to allow cars past as it’s too narrow outside my house.”

Sounds fair enough.

He said that he attempted to talk to the angry neighbours but had no such luck.

The man said: “I tried speaking to the neighbour after I parked it but he blanked me. I suspect it’s the same neighbour who parks his van also in the street."

He confessed that he wouldn’t be as annoyed if the neighbours had spoken to him in person about it, rather than send a passive-aggressive letter.

The driver explained: “It’s a works van, so not my choice.

“It’s only ever parked there overnight, once every fortnight, maybe less often."

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