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Woman Believes Supermarkets Should Ditch Parent Parking and Install Rich People Parking Spaces Instead

Woman Believes Supermarkets Should Ditch Parent Parking and Install Rich People Parking Spaces Instead

A woman from Melbourne has written to a newspaper bemoaning the location of parents with prams parking at her local shopping centre, claiming that those prime parking spots should be reserved for rich people instead.

Someone called Funny-Bear spotted the letter in the Herald Sun recently, uploading it to Reddit’s Australia board and garnering plenty of comments and upvotes.

Poor Diana from Toorak. Those Range Rovers can get pretty big, right?

Fancy having your head so far up your own arse that you begrudge families with young children for scoring “the best parking spaces” to the point where you pen a strongly worded letter of protest to the newspaper editorial section.

As it happens, Diana Davenport has been a very prolific letter-writer over the past few years with many similar outspoken views about lower-income communities. Whether she is a very real person with very real opinions remains to be seen, but her snobbery continues to be published.

Ultimately though, Diana can’t possibly be all that wealthy if she does her own shopping. She would have all those expensive things ordered in or picked up by her staff. A flash car does not a millionaire make, Di.

While we can hope it’s not real, there are people out there that do think like this.

Shame on them.


Source: Reddit/Australia

Jill Slater

Jill Slater

Jill is a busy wife and mother of four young children. She loves nothing more than making people giggle, and loves to settle in with a glass of wine (or four) and wander about the internet. Feel free to follow her to see all the cool stuff she finds!

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