I got an angry note from a driver who made fun of my “three-inch penis” in the parking lot, but my ex responded with a scathing
An angry note belittling a driver’s courage has gone viral – only for his ex to publicly say: ‘It’s definitely not a little.’
Ned Clarke, 39, found a message left on his windscreen by another motorist who claimed he had parked too close.
The sarcastic note read: “Good parking, **.
“How about giving me more than three inches to move around?
“I know you think it’s huge, but your d***-size is smaller than you think. Happy New Year.”
Ned found it when he returned to his car in his hometown San FranciscoCalifornia.
He insists he left plenty of room for other cars to park.
But he says he was “not surprised” by the note and the local man who wrote it was typically “unhappy”.
YouTuber Ned, originally from Nevadasaid, “When I saw the note, I thought, ‘Oh, California people’.
“People in San Francisco aren’t exactly known for being the nicest people.
“I think this man had a bad day – a lot of people here have a bad day.
“It didn’t surprise me. Things like the note are usually a relief to the frustrations in their lives and they finally find someone to vent to.
“I’m glad I gave them that opportunity.”
He shared the note on social media, hoping to make others laugh.
But he had the last laugh when one ex-girlfriend came to his defense.
She wrote: “It’s definitely not a little.”
Ned said she also sent a direct message to reassure him in case he was feeling inadequate.
“She said, ‘Don’t worry – it’s not true,'” Ned said.
“I said I don’t feel bad because this person has never met me.”
He added: “San Francisco is notorious for not having anywhere to park. It’s very expensive and very difficult to park.
“I’m from this area and I’ve seen the culture change.
“People are unhappy because the cost of living in California is very high and the quality of life is very low.
“On Facebook, they talk like they’re advocates of social justice, but they’re actually kind of mean. They don’t talk to you on the street.’
Last month we told how a driver found profanity Glued to their windshield after locking the garage.
It read: “You f***** b****** and idiot.
“You won’t find peace while you park here. I warned you.”
Meanwhile, the disabled teenager left a scathing note to the pickup driver selfish parking made her life hell.