An angry woman has been arrested for allegedly shouting at a paramedic crew and leaving an aggressive note on the windscreen of an ambulance parked near her house, in which she warned the driver of the "van" that they had no right to be parked where they were parked.
The note read: "If this van is for anyone but number 14 then you have no right to be parked here. I couldn't give a shit if the whole street collapsed. Now move your van from outside my house," with the lettering getting bigger as the writer grew angrier during its writing, and the note also bearing the scars of where it was initially ripped in half by its incredulous recipient.
A photo of the note was shared by the local ambulance service's social media person along with accusations that the paramedics had been verbally abused for daring to park their luminous van near someone else's bit of road while casually saving someone's life as they do, which prompted Staffordshire Police to get involved, driving to and risking parking their own vehicle on the controversial premises to investigate.