Mom Of Twins Gets Sweet Revenge On Parking Spot Bully By Dumping Dirty Diaper On His Windshield

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

As a parent, you know there’s little more frustrating than people who disrespect the kind of responsibility and energy it takes to care for a young child.

And if you have more than one baby, you’re sure to be exhausted most of the time!

Mom and blogger Alexandra Gerrard recently had a very unfortunate run-in with a stranger at a Tesco store who said some nasty words to the shocked mother. She was with her twins Osian and Rhydian when she kindly told the man that he was parked in a space meant for mothers with children.

He didn’t care and called her rude words.

Angry, Alexandra decided that she could have her revenge if she couldn’t have her parking spot.

After all, his rudeness was not necessary.

Her tactic? Dumping a dirty diaper on his car windshield! It’s revenge that would surely satisfy any mom also angered by this man’s words and actions.

Now scroll down to read this mom’s account of the incident!

WARNING: Some readers may find the following language graphic. If you do not wish to read explicit content, please click back to the LittleThings homepage.

After confronting a man who took a parking spot reserved for parents with young children, mom and blogger Alexandra Gerrard wrote about how rude he was about the incident on Facebook. She posted about his bad behavior — along with the revenge she got.

She says,

I lost my sh*t. Quite literally

So today’s visit to a Tesco store where Daddy (maintenance) was showing his Fire Engine to the public. A pleasant experience for all. We dropped off his lunch had a go at being the neee nooor driver and returned to the car.

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. The break neck speed made me sh*t my pants a little. I thought maybe they were giving everything away for free in Tesco to warrant the urgency.

I politely gave my sweetest smile and said

“I’m sorry you may not have noticed but these are parent and baby spaces.”


“Just 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.” I pointed at the sky

“Not my problem love” retorted the bearded Hobbit.

“Maybe you could move to another space as there’s no more parent spaces left?”

“There will be when you leave, now F*ck off you fat bitch”

Pause. Ohhh how the conversation had turned. I had gone from polite to the burning fires of Hades in 5 words. I’ve not slept for 3 weeks. (I’m entering the irrational stage where I start writing here again to cope with life) 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 what was 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! Just move your tw*tmobile and be a slightly better human just for an hour today.


I tried to keep calm and replied. 

“I hope you have kids and experience a really really difficult day and a knob like you f*cks you over one day.”

“Ohh f*ck off and burn your bra somewhere else” as he waddled away into the store waving his middle finger at me


My Chavy Cardiff inner self exploded and I shouted across the car park … you know In that classy kind of way. 

“You f*cking ignorant tw*t!”

Now normally I wouldn’t have have lowered to this sort of public outburst but there are very special days when I’m extremely tired and hungry.

As I turned to the boys in the car there was an overwhelming smell. My heart sank. Then I decided to get even. I used my bad nappy for good. 


A little justice for all knackered parents who have been f*cked over with similar tw*tty McTw*t faces’ abusing these parking spaces and have had similar experiences.

Yes that’s right…. I did it!!


I stuck my dirty nappy to his windscreen, securing it with his windscreen wiper.


I felt instantly better! 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.

“Thats genius” as she walked off with a smile.



Pour me a massive double!

(Yes it’s possible all the firefighters may have witnessed my outburst… just the sort of behaviour the managers Wife should display! Sorry maintenance!)

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