Carer unable to attend to vulnerable person as silicone note stuck on her car

A carer has revealed she was unable to answer a call by a vulnerable person after someone poured silicone over her car windscreen.

Sarah Moore from Porthleven, Cornwall, went to get in her car to go to work over the weekend when she found a note on her car windscreen accusing her of blocking someone in.

The note had been stuck to the windscreen using industrial strength silicone, which took Sarah an hour and a half to remove.

The person believed to have stuck the note to her car is a second home owner who then allegedly admitted and laughed about what he’d done with other neighbours.

Sarah, who lives with her partner Jodie, told news site CornwallLive: “I was parked by the wall next to the chip shop where the double yellow lines end. I always park there.

“I wasn’t blocking anybody in and nobody has ever said anything to me about it before. In fact he (the man believed to be responsible) saw me the day before and didn’t say anything.

“I came back at 5pm and found two signs on my car. I thought, 'that’s fine' but went to take them off and found two figures of eight industrial strength silicone had been used to stick them on.

She added: “We had to use white spirit and a scraper to get it off but I have a chip on my windscreen which has become worse because the silicone has gone inside it.

“I was gobsmacked and angry but more upset than anything. I’ve lived in Porthleven for two and a half years and never had any problems.”

Sarah claims the man responsible doesn’t even live in the town, and that he had more than enough room to reverse and get out.

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She added: “He’s never said anything. It was a cowardly act that he then admitted to neighbours and laughed about. I wouldn’t have minded if it was stuck with Blu Tack or something and if he actually spoke to me.

“I’m a carer in the community and missed a call because of this. Someone vulnerable was left alone because it took an hour and a half to get this off.”

The matter has been reported to Devon and Cornwall Police.

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