A TRAVEL agent has hit out at a stranger who left a VERY rude note on his car after parking outside their home.
"Straight across from the main entrance outside these houses was a parking spot so I put my car there," Dave explained.
After he returned from the match, he found a very uncivil handwritten note in his windscreen.
The note read: "F**k off and park elsewhere if seen again on match day windows will be put through."
He joked: "Now I'm sure whoever did this didn't know I'm now a tv star these day and made [themselves] feel so much better about themselves after putting [the note] on my car."
"Unfortunately they must be very busy though as they couldn't wait around to tell me in person or give me the chance to apologise to them even though I'm not quite sure what I'm apologising for."
In his Facebook post, David encouraged followers of his coach company tagged Barnsley FC and encouraged all followers to share two photos - of the note and the location - and his post.
"The two houses in the picture are just to show the location where my car was outside of and I'm sure are unrelated to the letter," he added.
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Dave explained he have a couple of free parking passes with his Barnsley season ticket " so there's no reason for me not to park in the carpark next to our entrance door".
Some of the Yorkshire Rose Holidays fans were quick to react to the threatening note.
"Keep the note, it is threatening behaviour and should your windows get put through its a starting point for an investigation," Kirsty Leach said.
Catherine Chandler replied: "Abusive and threatening behaviour. Out of order. Parking on a public road with no permits is not illegal as they are well aware, so they try intimidation."
Adam Dyson wrote: "Imagine buying a house next to a football ground and being surprised at people parking near your house for the football. Must be awful….if only the owners had some kind of warning like the ground being there for over 100 years."
Local resident Joanne Hewitt, meanwhile, joked: "The lack of punctuation is almost as offensive as the note itself.
"I understand how they feel but their behaviour is ridiculous."