THE MUM of an autistic young lad left a note on the windscreen of her neighbour's car and what she wrote totally divided opinion.
A picture of the letter was posted on Reddit, accompanied by the comment: "Letter on my wife's windscreen this morning."
People were surprised by the communication and many weren't sure what to make of it.
Inside the note, the local parent explained that she wanted to warn drivers who choose to park outside their house of potential damage to the vehicle.
In the windscreen note, she said: "Please note our son is impulsive and destructive.
"Since moving in, he has drawn on my car with texta, thrown a few rocks across the front of complex and it a car was parked where this one is it would [have] smashed a window."
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"He has also thrown numerous items from our balcony.
"I know that I have been very vocal about cars parking out the front here and this is a huge factor."
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"I, as a parent of a ADHD/ASD child, I can only pre-empt so much. Please only park here if you’re willing to accept damage to your car."
Fellow Reddit users were quick to share their opinions of the neighbour's note.
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One said: "The parent is f***ing lying, they want a reserved parking spot and are using their kid as the weapon."
Another said: "I bet f***ing everything that no cars to the left or right of that parking spot are damaged either. The kid's got incredible aim with f***ing rocks my ass."
But not everyone felt so strongly.
One person said: "Well, it does say ADHD/ASD, so yeah.
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"It's more complicated than that. Parent still needs to take better measures to make sure their kid doesn't hurt people."
While another said: "Ahhh, good to have this on paper! This could come in handy for your insurance later."
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