Regular followers of our Facebook page Emergency Services Humour, will be well aware of the ridiculous trend of notes being left on emergency ambulances by c__kwombles who believe that their ‘rights of access’ are more important than someone’s life being saved.
In fact, it was only a few months ago that someone in the UK (somewhere up north) was arrested for being verbally abusive to Medics manning the #ThinGreenLine who dared to park their emergency ambulance in the road, as they rendered life-saving treatment to a patient.
But the trend still seems to be a common ‘thing’.
How self-centred and self-obsessed must you have to be, to go to the trouble of writing a nasty note before leaving the manifestation of your self-centred mind, in the form of the note, onto the windscreen of an emergency ambulance?
What goes through these peoples minds, as they try to think of the best words to write down, which only act to show to the reasonable world what a nasty person they really are?
Do they genuinely believe, that Medics should spend 20 minutes looking for a parking space in which to leave their ambulance, before they go and try to save someone’s life?
Maybe the individuals who leave these notes, believe that their physical bodies are immortal, and thus they have no concept of death and no corresponding concept of the job of those who are entrusted by our nation to try and prolong the lives of they who need the help of the ambulance service?
In truth, I guess we will never understand what goes throughs the minds of people who think that their appointment, or that their right of access is more important than the life of a fellow human being.
Whether or not you believe in karma, you can just imagine the thoughts which might go through these same individuals heads, if one day they need the life-saving skills of medic, only to fade away from this existence, because the ambulance crew had to drive around for 25 minutes in an attempt to find a spot to park…
If you are the sort of person who ever would or ever has left a note on an ambulance (or other emergency vehicle) regarding their parking, then you need to stop and take a long hard look at yourself, because you are what is wrong with society in its current guise.
Quite rightly, the individual who left the note, has now been arrested in relation to suspected Public Order Offences (Section 5 of the Public Order Act).
They lady in question clearly does not have the intelligence or emotional capacity to comprehend that when you leave abusive notes for anyone, not just members of the emergency services, then you are breaking the law.
A law that was formulated in order to try and ensure that we can cohabit in a civilised and decent society.
Thus, if you break these laws, then you should be held to account for your actions, especially when your vile words are specifically intended to upset the men and women of the #ThinGreenLine who dedicate their own lives, to save the lives of others.
Written by ‘Cop(ex)’. An Admin of Emergency Services Humour on Facebook, who is also a regular contributor to our fortnightly satirical emergency services related digital magazine, that gets emailed straight to your inbox.
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