The jobless mother-of-two who left a ‘I couldn’t give a s***’ note on an ambulance has taken to social media to continue her hateful comments against paramedics.
In her latest Twitter outburst, 26-year-old Kirsty Sharman posted a tweet describing workers as ‘a p***k in a uniform’.
The latest defiant tweet comes after she slammed the health service on social media, calling the NHS ‘w***’.
In her latest Twitter outburst, 26-year-old Kirsty Sharman posted a tweet describing workers as ‘a p***k in a uniform’
Ms Sharman, a mother of two, was charged after a picture of the angry note was posted on Twitter by ambulance staff
Posting under her twitter handle of @bhaadbarrbie26, the 26-year-old wrote: ‘Got to admit though the NHS service is w*** though.’
She capped off the tweet with three laughing emojis.
Sharman’s short-lived Twitter account has now been seemingly deactivated.
And last night she revealed Facebook ‘decided to put me on a three day ban’, and attached an image of herself raising middle finger.
It comes after she pleaded guilty in court to using threatening words or behaviour, and was fined £120.
In her latest Twitter outburst, jobless Kirsty Sharman slammed the health service, following an eruption of defiant tweets in recent days
But despite an online backlash to her expletive-ridden note, Sharman declared that she is still ‘proud’ and ‘winning’.
The ‘nightmare’ neighbour, 26, of Stoke-on-Trent, wrote: ‘Ya’ll going on like I hate the NHS ambulance service.
‘Nahhh, I just hate the people in my street… it’s that simple.’
Se also tweeted: ‘Sat comfortably in my home while the press sit outside trying to catch a pic. #kirstysharman and proud to be me. #noshame.’
Sharman added: ‘You cretins think I need “air time” to apologise. #SorryNotSorry You lot know nothing!’
The account began posting tweets on Tuesday – the same day Sharman was stung with the £120 after pleading guilty to using threatening words or behaviour.
Her note was slammed across social media – leading Sharman to declare herself ‘the most hated woman in the world right now’.
Jobless Kirsty Sharman, who was fined £120 for leaving the note, said she was ‘proud’ and ‘winning’ while claiming threats have been made against her
The ambulance on which she left the note was responding to her neighbour, 66-year-old Brian Heath whose wife, Christine, 68, had trouble breathing.
Mr Heath said he was ‘shocked’ that Sharman had ‘got off again’ following a spate of anti-social behaviour incidents.
Sharman, an unemployed mother-of-two, had fallen out with her family, according to a relative who described her as a ‘menace’ who should be in prison.
Mr Heath, who served in the Army, blasted the sentence handed to Sharman at the court in Newcastle-under-Lyme, saying he and his wife were at their ‘wits’ end’.
Paramedics attending an emergency in Stoke-on-Trent were shocked to receive this note from Miss Sharman angered the ambulance had parked in an area for resident’s only parking
Mrs Heath, a retired postal worker, is still in Royal Stoke Hospital where she is being treated for COPD, an acronym for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The couple, who have three children and three grandchildren, have been forced to keep a log of incidents since Sharman moved in next door in September 2016.
Mr Heath said: ‘My wife is still in hospital. We are at our wits’ end. This has been going on for more than 15 months. I am shocked she has got off again. She was arrested the Friday before Christmas, they kept her in on Christmas Day.
‘We had a lovely Christmas dinner and she went to court on Boxing Day. She was bound to keep the peace with us, us and any third party.
‘She wasn’t allowed to come to (our) street. Since she has been here she has been up till the early hours – she wasn’t supposed to come back here.
‘Police came every day, knocking on the door, but she wouldn’t open the door and she was using the back door. They even sent plain-clothed (officers).
‘Eventually she did open and she was arrested and taken to court. Magistrates let her come back because of her pets. She might be all ladylike but when she starts, she starts.
Sharman’s neighbour Brian Heath blasted his ‘nightmare’ jobless neighbour from hell
‘We are called ‘grasses’ any time the police come. It’s doesn’t matter if other people in the street phone them, it’s us, we are grasses. We have had food thrown up our door, she has kicked the door, she spat all down the door.
‘She said, ‘if you don’t keep your f***ing mouth shut it will be more than spit on your door.’ I even apologised to the paramedics because I knew what was going, she was opening and slamming the door and, of course, she had a go at the paramedic.
‘They said don’t worry, let’s get your wife sorted out. She (Sharman) is very clever. It’s taken our lives over, we haven’t had a life. She will do whatever she wants and the law to it proves it, she is back.
‘The police have done a wonderful job but we were let down by the courts. She (Sharman) had windows put through twice, pig muck up her door and windows. Umpteen people coming round knocking on the door because of what she is like.
‘On Saturday my wife had a sore throat. Come Sunday morning she said, ‘duck, I feel (ill)’ – we phoned 999 and you get the likes of (Sharman). The fine won’t make any difference, I am not holding my breath.’
Meanwhile, one relative, who was too scared of Sharman to reveal her identity, said: ‘She should be behind bars – the woman is a menace.
‘There are a lot of people around here that are petrified of her. She could get into a row with a nun as she is so aggressive. She has fallen out with all her family.
‘Only her mum and sister visit her sometimes. At the end of the day she wrote the note to be simply spiteful. She doesn’t drive nor even have a car. Really, she needs help from someone.’
‘So upset to be sent this’: Paramedic Katie Tudor tweeted the image of the angry note to highlight the problem of ambulance crew distressed by verbal abuse while attending a call
Sharman scrawled the message on a scrap of paper and tucked it under the back windscreen wiper as paramedics attended a 999 call on Sunday.
Her note read: ‘If this van is for anyone but No. 14 then you have no right to park here. I couldn’t give a s*** if the whole street collapses. Now move your van from outside my house.’
Paramedic mentor Katie Tudor posted a picture of the note on Twitter, copying in the police.
Sharman admitted using threatening/abusive words to cause harassment, alarm or distress at North Staffordshire Justice Centre.
She was fined £120, ordered to pay £135 costs and pay a £30 victim’s surcharge. A charge of breaching a restraining order was dropped.
Chair of the bench Christopher Rushton said: ‘Miss Sharman, this was an absolutely despicable incident directed at an ambulance crew providing a public service to a sick person.’
The court heard Sharman was already subject to a restraining order, banning her from having contact with the Heaths.
Appearing in the court dock today at Newcastle-under-Lyme, Sharman, through her solicitor Hayley Keegan, offered her ‘most sincere apologies to the ambulance staff’
The note was left on the ambulance which was parked on this street in Stoke-on-Trent (above)
Hayley Keegan, defending, said: ‘Miss Sharman offers her sincere apologies to the ambulance staff and accepts her behaviour was completely unacceptable.
‘She doesn’t seek to minimise or make excuses for her behaviour on the day in question, save to say she is sorry. She has accepted she did write that note.
‘(She used) abusive language towards the staff when they were simply trying to do their job.’
Sharman, from Tunstall, was given a police escort after the 25-minute hearing.
Chief Inspector John Owen, Commander for Stoke North Local Policing Team, said: ‘It is really important that public servants who are there to serve and help the community feel safe in their day to day duties.
‘This type of behaviour cannot be tolerated, and I know my view is supported by 99 per cent of our community.
‘Paramedics are there to help those in absolute need, and for them to feel threatened or intimidated whilst potentially saving a life is just not acceptable.’
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: ‘We welcome the outcome of this unpleasant case. We are pleased to see that the magistrate’s felt that this was ‘an absolutely despicable incident’.
‘We hope that this case will serve as a warning to others that abusing our staff is not acceptable. Our staff will only block roads or park in front of drives if absolutely necessary in the interests of patient care.
‘In this case, they were parked at the side of the road and were not blocking a driveway. We would like to thank the police for their support and swift action in this case, but also to the many thousands of people who have sent us messages of support for our staff and the incredible work that they do saving lives each day.’