When you accidentally hit a parked car, you’d normally write a note on a piece of paper, share your contact information, apologise and leave it on their windshield, right?
Not this person, though.
As showcased on the All Singaporean Stuff Facebook page, someone had accidentally hit the car while reversing and decided to leave a message written with marker pen on the car, much to the owner’s dismay.
Reversed banged car, then write sorry macam got cure. Which CB driver do this?<Reader's Contribution by Wong>
Posted by All Singapore Stuff on Thursday, April 23, 2020
All Singaporean Stuff wrote, “Banged the car when reversing, then wrote ‘sorry’ like it cures it. Which driver did this?”
The message wrote, “Sorry, I bang your car when reversing.”
But that’s not all, the person responsible for the mess even chose to highlight the damaged parts with the marker pen, drawing a long arrow from the message.
Talk about adding fuel to the fire.
We genuinely hope the car owner manages to find the person responsible and get them to not only fix the damages caused by their accident but also clean off that marker pen writing.
What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.
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