A mum has hit out after a stranger left a fuming not on her car warning her to 'get parking lessons'.
The mum pulled up in the parent and child spot at an Edinburgh Sainsbury's supermarket.
The furious mum posted a photo of the torn up letter that she found on her car, saying: "Don't judge anyone until you know the full story!"
The full note read: "Shame on you, looks like you left the kids at home! Recommend parking lessons after your court case."
But the shopper claims she had parked in the spot to pick up her disabled mother, who had suffered a panic attack in the toilets of Sainsbury's at Craigleith while out with her grandchild, reports EdinburghLive.
The shocked woman hit out at the note, saying: "If you did I have only one thing to say…..don’t judge anyone until you know the full story! .
"So today I drive up to Craigleith with my husband and mum.
"Drop mum at Sainsbury’s (had baby in buggy) as can hardly walk as needing hip replacement!
"I go to Homebase, then back to Sainsbury’s to pick up mum and baby. (Who by the way called me to tell me she was in the disabled toilet having a panic attack.
"Moral of this story is shove your note where the sun don’t shine!
"Oh and when we got home we got a call to tell us mum has a cancellation appointment tomorrow for consultation for hip.
"So sorry but your note won’t spoil my day thanks for being so judgemental though!"
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