‘Tradie’ leaves note on inconsiderate car at Bunnings carpark but everyone is shocked by one detail

‘Tradie’ leaves note on inconsiderate car at Bunnings – but everyone is shocked by one detail

  • Ultra polite note left for bad parks outside a Sydney Bunnings store
  • The note-leaver wrote in a flowing cursive, said thank you and please – twice
  • Facebook users doubted whether the driver would change his or her behavior

A polite ‘tradie’ has ticked off a selfish driver for parking in the wrong spot at a busy retail center, but one particular detail of the rebuke caught people’s attention.

The driver left their Mazda CX5 hatch in an oversized bay allocated for ‘trades and trailers’ at the Bunnings at Balgowlah, earning a note tucked under the car’s wipers.

The a photo of the note, posted to the Manly Living Facebook group on Tuesday, drew plenty of responses, including comments on the author’s immaculate penmanship.

However, the note-leaver’s attractive cursive writing drew some skepticism about whether a tradie even wrote it.

The driver left their Mazda CX5 hatch in an oversized bay allocated for ‘trades and trailers’ at the Bunnings at Balgowlah, earning a note tucked under the car’s wipers

The a photo of the note, posted to the Manly Living Facebook group on Tuesday, drew plenty of responses, including comments on the author's immaculate penmanship

The a photo of the note, posted to the Manly Living Facebook group on Tuesday, drew plenty of responses, including comments on the author’s immaculate penmanship

‘Please DON’T park here, you make it difficult for hard working traditions!’ the note read.

‘Please be communal.’

The writer even signed off with an old-school smiley face and a ‘Thanks’.

‘Lovely penmanship from a tradie,’ wrote one member of the group.

The person who posted the photos praised the note but doubted whether the driver would pay any attention.

‘Vibing on this polite note left on a car that selfishly has parked in the Trades and Trailer Bay allocated in the Bunnings car park at Balgowlah,’ a member of the Manly group said.

‘Doubt it would change the person’s behavior but you never know.’

The photos drew a mix of admiration for the note-leaver's attractive cursive writing and skepticism that a tradie even wrote it

The photos drew a mix of admiration for the note-leaver’s attractive cursive writing and skepticism that a tradie even wrote it

Some members of the Facebook group suggested the indiscretion did not matter as, judging by the photo, there were plenty of available spaces.

‘Looks like heap of empty parking space. Why care? ‘ another person wrote.

‘Because cars with a trailer attached do not fit in a regular parking space. They need these double ones which is why they are designated for cars with trailers, ‘wrote another.

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