Land Rover driver mortified after finding mocking note saying 4×4 owners are ‘entitled to free NHS penis enlargement therapy’ on his vehicle
- Adam Chester, 46, was baffled to find the mocking messages stuck to his car
A Land Rover driver was left mortified after finding a mocking note saying 4×4 owners are ‘entitles to free NHS penis enlargement therapy’ on his car.
Adam Chester, 46, parked up his SUV while visiting a friend in Harborne, Birmingham, on July 6 and 7.
But on returning to his three-litre diesel engine motor, he was baffled to discover the messages wedged in the door and under the windscreen.
One handwritten note read: ‘Do you really need a big, polluting vehicle to get around a city? Have a nice day!’
Another black and white card stated: ‘Do you drive a Jeep, 4X4 or Range Rover in the city? You could be entitled to free penis enlargement therapy on the NHS.’
Adam Chester, 46, parked up while visiting a friend in Harborne, Birmingham, on July 6 and 7
The card also featured images of the ‘offending’ models and a phone number which goes to voicemail when dialled.
Far from being angry, Mr Chester, who describes himself as environmentally conscious, said he understood the mystery fly-poster’s view and was grateful no damage was done.
Mr Chester said: ‘I’m all for people having an opinion and being allowed to protest.
‘The oceans are rising, climate change is worrying, we have to be aware but it needs to go higher up the chain. Is the government doing enough?
‘They didn’t cause any damage to the car. If there was damage to the car, it would have been a different scenario.’
He was baffled to discover the critical messages wedged in the door and under the windscreen of his three-litre diesel engine motor (pictured)
Mr Chester said he had lived most of his life in Harborne without any issues but has since moved to Bearwood, West Midlands, with his partner. He also has a property in Spain with solar panels.
He posted the cards on social media where another woman said she had received the same note and a man said he heard of tyres being let down in Dickens Heath.
One said: ‘Some people have way too much time on their hands.’
Another wrote: ‘Leave both messages inside the car with answers for tomorrow. On the small one, write “Yes”, on the large one write “Already done” x’.
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