Mum of twins gets revenge on 'ignorant t**t' who parked in the last mother and baby space

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An exhausted mum has taken to her Facebook page to share a rant after coming face to face with an 'ignorant t**t' who parked in the last mother and baby space.

Sharing her story, the anonymous mum of twin boys, who writes under the name Make Mine a Double explained how she 'lost her s**t. Quite literally' after her encounter with the man in question.

The incident took place when the woman was at a Tesco store dropping off lunch to her husband, a fireman who was showing his fire engine at an open day. She had her toddler twin sons in tow and had managed to park in a mother and baby spot near the front of the store.

'When I got back to my car an oversized, too old to be a boy racer, pulled into the PARENT AND BABY space next to me as if it was a F1 Pitt stop,' she said.

On seeing the driver - without kids - take the spot, she politely gave her sweetest smile and said: 'I'm sorry you may not have noticed but these are parent and baby spaces.'

'It's really tricky to get a space, sort a baby out, let alone two and get a DOUBLE trolley, especially when it's about to rain.'

However, the 'bearded hobbit' quickly told her that it was: 'not my problem love' - and so she went on to suggest that he move to another space as there were no more parent spaces left.

The mum was stunned to be told: 'There will be when you leave, now F*ck off you fat bitch.'

Describing how the conversation had turned she admitted: 'I've not slept for 3 weeks… what I really wanted to say to him was that I've been on a sodding diet for the last 10 days and nearly lost half a stone.

'Don't you DARE call me a fat bitch! I'm a bloody starving, knackered mother of exhausting twins and you've just pushed me over the limit of was what my last iota of politeness.

'I would punch you in your fat spotty throat but I've been eating sodding mixed leaves all week so I haven't the energy!'

But trying to remain calm, she instead said: 'I hope you have kids and experience really really difficult day and a k**b like you f**s you over one day' - a comment which prompted the man to say: 'Ohh f**k off and burn your bra somewhere else.'

After the confrontation, the mum realised there as a smell in the car and her 'heart sank' but then she decided to get even, and use the bad nappy for good: 'A little justice for all knackered parents who have been f****d over with similar t****y McT**t faces' abusing these parking spaces and have had similar experiences.'

Yes, that's right she stuck the dirty nappy to his windscreen, securing it with his windscreen wiper. 'I felt instantly better,' she admits. 'I'm just sorry I didn't have the time to hang round to see his reaction. I did receive affirmation from another woman who must have witnessed the incident, "That's genius" as she walked off with a smile'

After posting her confession on the social media site, the mum quickly received over 3k likes, and comments from parents came rolling in, all in praise of her 'awesome work'.

'Bloody brilliant! That is exactly what some folk deserve! Love it!!' posted one follower.

Another agreed: 'AWESOME!!! You go girl!! Sounds very definitely like me lol 😂.. polite until tipped over the edge!! ...... 😳 😳 😳 ' while a third offered additional advice: 'Should have wiped poo under the door handles too'

Some simply posted messages of congratulations: 'Well done you.... that is brilliant 😂' and 'SO much praise for you!!! Awesome work'

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Anne Wilson

Of course she did right. See this sort of thing every time we go to supermarkets. The crew cab type vehicles parked in Mother and Baby spaces and you know darned well it will be someone who does not qualify for that space.


Love it, he deserved it. Driving into our local Tesco with 2 toddlers in the car, the car in front, a man & a woman parked in the only available parent & toddler spot, i pointed & asked where's your children, she stuck up 2 fingers & said f**k off, to which me & my friend both laughed, we parked up further away & as we got near their car, they drove off, guilty conscience I think

Rosie Parsons

You go girl!!


Yes, I am a blue badge holder who will use mother and child spaces IF all the disabled are full. I have been told by the supermarkets that I do this at, this is an acceptable practice and that I am welcome to use these spaces. Think if you knew the pain we suffered when we walked towards the trolleys you would understand why we need to be as close to the door as possible. We also need the extra space for wheelchairs etc or even loading as find it both hard and painful to manoeuvre in small spaces. I do not give abuse to people like you who have so little understanding of our disabilities, but just inform you that the store has said I MAY park here if needed. Quite the other way around I have been rudely abused , swear words included (in front of children) because I have parked there.

PamandDave Vickery

Great, agreed that poo should have gone on handles and smeared over windscreen, ignorant p**


Brilliant! I wish there was a way to deal with those that take up disabled bays. We have similar problems with disabled bays. My husband walks slowly and painfully with two sticks and you see these able bodied people - usually middle easterners and other ethnics - slipping into a disable space without a thought. When reported to the supermarket, be it Tesco, Sainsbury's or other, they usually bleat that "the security person is nervous of getting into an abusive confrontation." Isnt that what a security guard should be ready for? No! Im afraid supermarket staff won't do a thing to shift these lazy, selfish people. The supermarkets are simply ticking boxes and to them it is enough that they have an allotted of amount disabled bays to stay within the law. If only they would give out the car registration followed by "Please move your vehicle from the Mother and Baby bay or the Disabled Bay" but they won't.

Nikki b

Amazing, the super markets should enforce a penalty for people abusing these spaces. And its usually people who cant park in a standard size space, dont want their car scratched or are just too lazy. But i must admit i have seen blue badge holders use the spaces too. We cant use their spaces? I have approached people before aboyt using the spaces when they clearly dont have children under the age of 12 with them and just get abuse! Its wrong.

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