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Good Samaritan warns driver a giant stick had pierced the front end of their car

Extraordinary lengths one motorist goes to tell a driver not to drive his car because a giant stick stuck in the front of the vehicle

  • Good Samaritan left a note warning motorist about branch stuck in their radiator
  • Another resident spotted the note and shared footage of it to social media 
  • The man also filmed the large branch which had impaled the front of the car
  • Some were suspicious that the note had been printed out and not written 

A Good Samaritan went the extra mile to stop a motorist from ruining their car after finding a branch sticking out of the radiator. 

TikTok user Karen’s Husband spotted a note taped to the window of a hatchback in Woombye, Queensland, warning the driver a branch had been impaled into the car.  

‘Please do not drive this car. You have a stick poking out of your radiator and the water has leaked out,’ the note read. 

‘If you drive the car it will seize in under a minute.’  

A concerned person left a printed note on the window of a small hatchback in Queensland (pictured) after spotting a large branch sticking out of the car’s radiator 

Some social media users praised the anonymous Good Samaritan for taking the time to print the warning letter.  

‘Nice of the person to leave a detailed note though,’ one user replied. 

‘Good on the person who left the note,’ another added. 

However other users were suspicious of the note being printed out and not hand written. 

‘Somebody walking around with lots of printed copies and sticks to ruin people’s day,’ one user alleged. 

‘What criminals!! Had typed a sheet out, they set you up!’ another wrote. 

While some social media users praised the Good Samaritan some felt it was too convenient the note was printed and not hand written (branch pictured protruding from the car)

While some social media users praised the Good Samaritan some felt it was too convenient the note was printed and not hand written (branch pictured protruding from the car)

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