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Weilheim in Upper Bavaria: About net parking: Parkrempler throws whimsical tones in the car

Nice meant, but badly done. From this, René Kessay can sing a song from Upper Bavaria. The reason is a rather bizarre piece of paper that the 28-year-old found in his BMW. Apparently left behind by a parking bump …

BMW scratched – Unknown leaves behind bizarre tones

The cyclist accidentally scratched the car of the 28-year-old on a net parking lot. Then the stranger threw a message through the window of the BMW. Only stupid that "optimally different", as the owner of the car of the newspaper "tz" in Munich stated.

The cyclist has not left a name or address.

Instead, René could read the following lines in the handwritten note:

"Hello dear motorist, unfortunately I was stuck on my bike on your car I was being watched by an elderly lady Please do not show me I hope the damage is not too high I'm sorry."

And indeed: if you look closely you will see two small scratches on the car. They might not have noticed it without the note.

BMW on Norma parking is only rented

René Kessay is still the Gelackmeierte, because he can not only let the scratches be scars. The car is rented and therefore the damage must be repaired. This can be expensive.

Why the parking bumpers have not left his name is a mystery for Kessay. "Usually everyone has a liability insurance that covers the damage," he says. "And even if that is not the case, you can always talk about such things and come up with a solution that fits both."

That sounds acceptable. Perhaps the unknown person still contacts René Kessay.


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