'Rudest parking note ever seen' ends up in massive argument between homeowners and driver
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People are taking to social media divided after a homeowner and driver got into a full-blown argument over a parking space.
There's nothing like people getting territorial over a parking space to get the weekend started.
Instagrammer Steve Haas was visiting a friend in Santa Clarita, California when he found a note tucked into his windscreen wiper and it's fair to say, he wasn't best pleased. Catch a look here:
"So I went and knocked on the door and asked why. It’s a public street. And she says she owns this parking spot.
"She owns it?"
The video quickly turns into a stand off between Haas and the home - and alleged parking spot - owner.
The woman says: "This guy right here is on my property, coming and knocking on my door, and causing us problems. I don’t know who this guy is, but he needs to leave."
Haas refuses, stating the sidewalk is 'public property,' telling the woman her note is the 'rudest s**t [he's] ever seen in [his] life'.
All I can say is, the note would've been a hell of a lot worse had the altercation taken place in the UK, but Haas getting annoyed with the woman becoming territorial over a public parking space? Not all heroes wear capes.
A man then comes out of the house as the woman goes off to make a phone call.
Haas says he might come and 'park here every weekend'.
The man resultantly calls him a 'jerk'.
The couple eventually walk off, back into their house, telling Haas the 'Sheriffs are on their way'.
People have been left divided by the situation, but most have sided with Haas.
One TikTok user said: "The homeowners are right. That guy had no reason to park his piece of junk in front of their property. Park in front of the house you visiting!!!!!!"
Another commented: "READ THE LAW MORONS: EVERYTHING up to the line is yours: driveway/ grass. Past that IS public property. Pathetic morons."
And a final user said: "Someone needs to park a RV there for a week to piss them off."
TikTok account Santa Clarita Incidents later revealed the woman had, in fact, called the police, who showed up but 'left because the call was dumb'.