Army veteran responds to nasty note left on his car
An army veteran from Austin, Texas, was shocked to find this strongly worded note on his car, slamming him for using a handicapped parking spot at his apartment complex.
A passive aggressive neighbor apparently didn't think the man "looked handicapped," and decided to give him a piece of his mind. The note reads:
Turns out, the army vet is handicapped and decided to write back a little note to clear some things up. In his response, he says he has a "disabled veteran" license plate, and therefore under state law, is not required to have a handicapped tag.
He proceeds to say "considering you took a picture of my license plate you should have been able to very clearly see the writing at the bottom says: DISABLED VETERAN U.S. ARMED FORCES." He goes on:
In a similar situation, this woman was shamed for using a handicapped spot, and fires back in the best way:
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