Woman Takes Valentine's Day Revenge On Married Neighbour Who Reported Her Parking
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A woman has received mixed reactions after revealing how she got 'payback' on a neighbour who reported her parking.
TikTok user Kelly Liesse became angry at her neighbour just before Valentine's Day, when he reported her for parking on some double yellow lines on their road.
Double yellow lines mean no waiting is allowed at any time, though Liesse explained in a comment that she had a Blue Badge on display in the car, which may have allowed her to park for up to three hours.
See how she got her revenge below:
In a video captioned 'it's pay back time [sic]', Liesse explained that she decided to send her neighbour a card for Valentine's Day with the hope that his wife would 'see it first'.
She used a website to select and write her card, opting for one covered with the words 'I love that you can be you, I can be me, and together we’re happy as can be'.
Liesse then personalised the inside of the card with the message, 'Happy Valentine’s Day my darling. I can’t believe I found you, but we're meant to be. I am always there for you and you’re always there for me. No one in this world could make me feel this way. And all my love for you keeps growing more and more every day. I can’t wait to see you next, miss you so much'.
It's unclear what kind of reaction the card received when it was delivered, or whether the neighbour knew who it was from, but Liesse has been hit with some backlash from viewers who have accused her of 'ruining' her neighbour's marriage.
One person responded, 'But this isn’t hurting him it’s hurting his innocent wife..'
Another commented, 'Think you are punishing the wife more than the man.'
In response to one viewer who accused Liesse of 'devastating' the man's wife, the TikToker responded, 'Shame they're just both nasty people anyways, karma always come back.'
She later defended her decision to park on double yellow lines by writing, 'If you read the comments, a blue badge was on display so he had no reason to do this. He is a nasty bloke and so is she.'
Council rules can differ on whether Blue Badge holders can park in certain areas where there are restrictions on loading or unloading, though it's unclear whether Liesse's car was parked somewhere this may have applied. Misuse of the Blue Badge can result in a £1,000 fine and confiscation of the badge.
Though Liesse did receive some backlash, there were also some more appreciative viewers who said they 'loved' her revenge.
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