A nurse walked to her car about to start her shift to find a threatening note left on her car windscreen.
The note features a chilling four-word threat and was left on her vehicle on her first day back to work after six weeks of sick leave.
She had parked her car in the private car park outside her Glasgow flat yesterday morning (September 4).
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The note accused the unnamed health professional of parking in the wrong place – warning her to “keep her eyes open”.
According to Glasgow Live, it read: "This is for the nurse on call. Please park your Audi in your own space, you stay at [redacted] so much have a number to park on.
"We have been on to your work at [redacted]. We have been on to housing, the police and estate agent. We will be getting your car clamp put on.
"We are just all fed up with you going into our spaces. Can wait to see what's going to happen. Keep your eyes open."
The young nurse is now terrified after finding the handwritten note folded under her car wipers.
In an interview with the publication, she admitted she is anxious every time she has to go to her car now.
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She told Glasgow Live: "I was already anxious going to my car because I had been off for so long It was stuck under my window wiper as if they were trying to hide it, but they wanted me to know it was there.
"It was folded up in a tiny square but I noticed it on the front of my car.
“I read it while I was standing outside the car and looked around to see if anyone was there. The car park was basically empty because everyone was at work.
"After getting to the end of it, I had to make sure my car was okay. I was really panicking at work.
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“I don't know whose space is whose, people park in different places every day. I just park where there is a space.
"It mentions the spaces are numbered, but none of them are."
After reporting the note to the building security, she discovered that this is the second threatening note to have been left on a vehicle.
She said: "I felt sick and scared. I've never had anyone leave a note politely asking me not to park here. No one has come up to me and asked.
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"It's quite an aggressive letter to leave on my windscreen. I keep reading it and it has given me the fear.
"Two years ago, the NHS was getting clapped now I'm getting notes left on my car."
In the letter, the individual claimed that they had reported the woman to the police, the housing association and work, which they proceeded to name in the note
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We received a report of a threatening letter being left on a car on Great Western Road, Glasgow on Monday, September 4, 2023. Enquiries are at an early stage.”
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