There are things you just don't do - like telling a paramedic to move their car out of the way while they're trying to save a life.
Nasty notes aren't anything new though, we've all been there.
Just last week, I accidentally parked in a private parking lot (surprisingly there were no signs) and someone left me a note that would be way too inappropriate to write here.
Let's just say, people who leave nasty notes suck. There are so many ways you can let someone know that their in your parking spot, their parking job was terrible or that they shouldn't park in a certain location without being rude.
I understand the frustration, but like the old saying goes, treat people the way you'd like to be treated.
While you can leave a note on a car, there should be hefty fine for leaving a note on an emergency vehicle, like an ambulance or fire truck.
You'd think a situation like this would happen only once, but it hasn't. On November 2017, a nasty note was left on an ambulance windscreen where an individual complained about how the emergency vehicle was blocking their driveway.
"You might be saving lives, but don't park your van in a stupid place and block my drive."
The paramedics were just trying to treat a patient, who reportedly died shortly after.
Now a similar story is making headlines, but the note is even nastier...
Kristy Sharman's shocking note and disregard for her neighbors health has led to her being thrown out of her property, according to Daily Mirror.
The note read, "If this van is for anyone but number 14 then you have no right to be parked here. I couldn't give a shit if the whole street collapsed. Now move your van from outside my house."
To make matters worse, she reportedly verbally abused the paramedic when she saw them.
When news broke out about the bad-tempered note, Sharman was arrested and ordered to pay a fine of $150.
While the note may be a convincing reason for many as to why Sharman should be kicked out, there's a lot more to it than that.
After receiving hate online, Sharman wrote on Twitter, "Ya'll going on like I hate the NHS ambulance service. Nahhh, I just hate the people in my street... it's that simple."
The 26-year-old's "criminal behavior" has gotten her into trouble on several occasions.
"The reported incidents include arguments, swearing, shouting, damage to property and abusive behavior to others. There is an urgent need to address the behavior that has been going on for months in," North Staffordshire Justice Center in England reported.
Needless to say, neighbors are glad she's leaving, saying that she's "ruined" their street and caused them "hell."
Brian Heath claimed he had food thrown at his door, which is why he's welcoming the closure order: "The police must have been up here 150 times in the past 16 months. I have lived here for 46 years and this has taken over my life.
Do you think the Sharman should have been kicked out of her home? Should her fine have been more than $150 or should she have been given a fine at all?