‘Hey Handicap’: This Person Left A Horrible Note On An Amputee’s Car Over A Parking Spot Dispute

If there’s one thing people lose all sense of rational sh*t over, it’s parking spots. Actually, it’s office refrigerators, but parking spots are a very, very close second. I live in a city where people regularly “mark their territory” with lawn chairs and traffic cones, which I’m sure are acquired 100 percent legally, and I’m amazed people don’t get shot in parking spot disputes like every single day.

But would most people fight with a disabled person over a handicapped spot? That’s crossing the line, even if you’re just sort of a horrible person. However, that’s exactly what one complete monster did to a woman named Ashley Brady, who lost her leg in an accident less than a year ago and is still adapting to life as an amputee. Brady found dealing with the snow and ice this winter in her home of Miamisburg, Ohio especially challenging, and she asked her apartment complex to designate a handicapped spot near her door. However, once she got her spot, a neighbor who is not handicapped kept parking in it anyway.

The young disabled woman left her neighbor a stern note asking her to please not park in the handicapped spot, and like a perfectly rational person, this is the note her neighbor wrote back:

The full text:

Hey handicap! First, never place your hands on my car again! Second, honey you ain’t the only one with ‘struggles.’ You want pity go to a one leg support group! You messed with the wrong one! I don’t care what your note said shove it, but you touch my car again I will file a report, I am not playing! I let the office know the cry baby one leg touches my property I will cause trouble so go cry your struggles to someone who cares cause I’m walking away with both mine! — B*tch

Brady has filed complaints with both the police department and her apartment complex managers, so it’s only a matter of time before the woman who wrote the note is probably evicted from her apartment, publicly shamed, and fired from her job once the internet inevitably learns her identity. Moral of the story: Don’t be a jerk to handicapped people.

The Daily Dot via UPI