Mom visiting Disney World with son left stunned by cruel note left on his car
A mother remained desperate after a cruel note nearly ruined her trip to Disney Land with her disabled son.
Tricia Proefrock visited the amusement park with her son, Mason, 13, who suffers from Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and needs a wheelchair to get around.
After a great day in the parks, she returned to her car and found that a nasty note had been left on her windshield.
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Tricia drives a car with a wheelchair ramp and sometimes has to park in two spaces in order to have enough room to get her son out.
This is usually recommended by the parking staff and is exactly what she did at Walt Disney World, but when she got back to the car a nasty note had been left about her parking.
The printed note, in bright yellow, looks like a parking ticket and reads: “This is not a ticket, but if it was in my power you would receive two.”
“Due to your weak, stubborn, reckless parking attempt, you have taken up enough room for a team of 20 mules, two elephants, a goat and a pygmy safari from the interior of Africa.
“The reason I’m giving you this is that in the future you may think of someone other than yourself. Also, I don’t like bossy, selfish, or simple-minded drivers and you probably fall into one of those categories.
“I sign wishing you a speedy transmission failure (on the highway around 4:30 p.m.). May the flies of a thousand camels infest your armpits.”
Tricia was devastated by the note but shared in the hope that others would think twice before leaving one in the future.
Reported by our sister title tthe Daily Mirror, she said: “When the side of the pitch with ramps is full, the only remaining pitches do not have ramp access.
“Each time on dozens of trips, the cast members ask me to take two seats, parking me directly on the white line. This gives me room to get my son out of the vehicle.
“So if you see a car taking two seats, maybe instead of wishing us a broken transmission, you can try to think about why a wheelchair accessible van in a medical parking section might need to. two places.”
Mason suffers from Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, a type of epilepsy that can affect a person’s ability to walk, speak, or even see properly.