Not ‘content’ with blocking the access to their Emergency Ambulance, the buffoon responsible for this blatant act of intimidation then leans out of his 1st floor window in order to threaten the Medics!
Monday 6th August | by Cop(ex) | @ES_Humour
We have spent many hours trying to get inside the mind of someone who thinks that it is ‘funny’ or in any way ‘justified’ to hamper the work of the emergency services.
We have even tried to adopt the mentality of a three-year-old in order to try and ‘understand’ the thought processes involved with these sort of ridiculous actions, but it just didn’t work.
We have also tried to imagine, for the purpose of research, the likely thought process of someone who thinks that their parking space/area is more important that someones life – and that such a parking space needs to be ‘protected’ in some way.
A bit like a caveman with no sense of reason or common sense might want to protect an area outside of his cave that is used to ‘park’ their donkey.
But again, we still could not replicate the thinking (or lack thereof) of the sort of individual who, in this case, decided to block the access ramp area of an emergency ambulance and who then decided to goad & threaten the crew from the ‘safety’ of their 1st floor window.
That’s right; the individual featured in this article, was so pathetically proud of his ‘handy-work’ and with just how close he had parked to the rear of the emergency ambulance, that he decided to hurl abuse at the Ambulance Crew as they tried to navigate around his idiotic parking.
One of the oppos (colleagues) involved contacted us via our website and said:
Over 80 different designs of Comedy Mugs!
“Just thought you might like this little gem of a photo from my night shift last night in Nottinghamshire.
“I came out of a patients house post treatment to find the neighbour had parked his car 1 inch from the back doors.
“We could even see him admiring his handwork from the safety of his bedroom window
“I wasn’t even in front of his house, so just astounded at his lack of common decency and respect.
“He got quite cross though, when I wrote down his registration number, but the threats were made from the safety of his bedroom window.”
We have decided to only share the image of the buffoon hanging out of his window in the next issue of S__ts & Giggles – it makes for a very sad spectacle and we don’t want to be accused of ‘bullying’ (Sadly, it does happen with stories such as these which we cover)…
When we asked our oppo about the threats which were made by the ‘fine and upstanding’ member of our society (obviously we don’t mean that) they said:
“As I was taking his registration, he shouted bravely from the safety of his bedroom window… “don’t take my reg… Don’t make me come down!”
“An indirect threat, but a threat all the same”.
If we had the financial resources here at Emergency Services Media, then we would probably pay for a skip to be strategically placed onto this buffoons ‘parking space’ and then just leave it there. Indefinitely.
After all, you can’t threaten a skip can you?
What sort of coward actually makes threats towards an ambulance crew? Men and women who dedicate their lives to saving the lives of complete strangers!?
This sort of individual is an embarrassment not only to themselves, but also to humanity as a whole.
We would love to speak to this buffoon, just to try and make sense of his ridiculous ‘thought’ (or lack thereof) process.
We asked the Medic involved how this incident made them feel. In an exclusive chat with our team of former emergency services admins, they said:
“When my crew mate and I came out of the address, we were just astounded that someone would park literally within and inch of the back doors.
“It was clear this was a deliberate act as the car was so close and when we saw the gentleman looking on from his bedroom window and then asked us if there was a problem, this confirmed it for us.
Don’t have the time to look after your social media pages? Need training on how to get the best out of social media?
“He got a little annoyed that we took photos and wrote down his registration, but we just needed to protect ourselves from any “alleged” reversing claims.
“When he inadvertently threatened us by saying “…don’t make me come down!” We were just speechless.
“We were parked outside our patients house causing him no access issues whatsoever, plus it was 10:30 at night!
“How did it make us feel?…To put it in Nottinghamshire terminology… “It proper knocked me duck off!!!” (Translated: Frustrated and annoyed).
“All front line emergency services work so hard to help and protect the public and 99.9% of the public support us.
“I feel it’s sad when people go out of there way to purposely hinder us and intimidate us in this way.”
A post on the East Midlands Ambulance Services Facebook page said:
“Polite notice: sometimes we need to open our back doors to take patients inside who may be on a stretcher.
“Unfortunately, one of our crews, last night, went outside to discover this is how their patient’s neighbour had parked next to them, making this impossible.
Of course, it goes without saying, that the buffoon who not only blocked in this ambulance crew, but who also threatened them, will be recognised for their silliness with an official ‘C__kwomble’ award in the next issue of our popular subscriber-only eMagazine, S__ts & Giggles.
It only costs £1-per-month to subscribe to S__ts & Giggles and its our subscribers who enable us to keep writing about these kind of incidents, so if you DO subscribe, then thank you! Anyone can subscribe, whether you are a civilian or a member of the emergency services (as long as you are aged over 18)
Not a subscriber yet? CLICK HERE in order to sign up now!
DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE to our popular fortnightly satirical eMagazine, ‘S__ts & Giggles’ which contains ALL of the funniest material that we are not allowed to share on social media!
ANYONE can subscribe and it only costs £1-per-month!
Got a story or video to share, then CLICK HERE to contact our team!
Before you go...
We need your help. As former emergency services & armed forces personnel, we pride ourselves on bringing you important, fast-moving and breaking news stories which are free from the negative bias which is often directed at the emergency services by some sections of the mainstream media.
One of the reasons we started 'Emergency Services News' was because we became tired of reading badly informed stories about the emergency services which seemed only ever to highlight negative aspects of the job.
We want to be the unheard voice of the remarkable men and women who serve in the emergency services, NHS and armed forces. And with around 500k page views each month, we are getting there!
As income from ads, the mainstay source of income for most publishers, continues to decline; we need the help of our readers.
And remember, if you have a service, product or job vacancy that you would like to promote to our large readership, then you can buy advertising space in our articles.
You can support emergency services news from as little as £1. It only takes a minute. Every contribution, however big or small, is vital for our future.
Please help us to continue to highlight the life-saving work of the emergency services, NHS and armed forces by becoming a supporter.