P-plate mother, 19, who parked in a ‘parents with prams’ space while shopping with hew newborn returns to find a vile note on her windscreen
- A 19-year old Perth mum received abusive note over a parent parking spot
- The note assumed that she was hogging the spot without being a real parent
- The young mum said she sympathised with the stress of having a newborn
A young mother on her P-plates has shared the vicious note that was left on her car windscreen after parking in a ‘parents with prams’ spot.
The 19-year-old mum took her newborn girl with her as she did some Christmas shopping at the Westfield Carousel shopping centre, south-east of Perth’s CBD.
But when she returned, she was horrified to find an expletive-laden note accusing her of taking the spot from parents in need.
‘Thanks c*** face. Parents with prams is for parents with babies, not for p -laters who think the world owes them something,’ the anonymous note read.
‘I’m a mum of a newborn who needed the park.’
The 19-year-old mum from Perth received an aggressive note after she parked in a parents spot
The young mum took to Facebook to shame the woman who left the note.
‘To the lovely lady who left this on my car at carousel shopping centre, I’m going to say you just couldn’t see the capsule base in the back of my car,’ she wrote.
‘The capsule was removed from my car meaning it would have looked like I didn’t have a baby seat,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.
‘It’s Christmas time and we are all frustrated but think she definitely needs to understand they are only courtesy parks and therefore actually anyone can park there.’
The mum was shopping with her daughter (pictured above) when a woman accused her of using the parking spot without actually having any children
She also said that she sympathised with the lady who left the note, but said it was mentally draining being treated differently for being a young mum.
‘I do give her the benefit of the doubt, she was probably tired and exhausted like other newborn mums.
‘I often get sly digs at hospital appointments, like “Oh, you’re the mum not the sister”.’
The 19-year-old said she was grateful for support from friends and her partner and loved being a mum.
‘We just laugh it off. My mum does notice a lot i get treated differently due to age. But no point in getting upset over it. I have a beautiful baby.’
The 19-year-old said she loves being a young mother and gets support from family and friends