A British woman was arrested after she left a tasteless note on an ambulance parked outside her house.
Kirsty Sharman, 26, was furious paramedics drove their ambulance in her parking spot, despite the fact she doesn't own a car.
She said in her note she "couldn't give a sh*t if the whole street collapses," while also verbally abusing the paramedics by telling them to "move your f*cking van."
Paramedic Katie Tudor tweeted an image of the note on Sunday and captioned it: "Along with this note left on their ambulance, they received a load of verbal abuse!"
"They weren't blocking the road, they were in a parking space... just obviously annoying someone that an ambo [sic] was outside their property," Tudor added.
In a followup tweet she said: "We are desperately trying to save someones [sic] life and could do without angry bystanders!"
Paramedics were called to her neighbor's residence, after an elderly woman, who suffers from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, became critically ill.
Brian Heath, 66, said while he's angry over Sharman's appalling attitude towards both his wife Christine and the paramedics - who were just doing their job - this hasn't been the only time his family has had a problem with his wayward neighbor.
The retired engineer said Sharman has been a nightmare from the beginning, he and his wife have even gotten a restraining order against her.
"This is the fourth time she has been arrested - we are at wit's end," Heath said. "I call her Teflon because nothing sticks."
"She was arrested the Friday before Christmas, they kept her in on Christmas Day - we had a lovely Christmas dinner and she went to court on Boxing Day," he added.
Heath isn't the only one who is fed up with Sharman's antics.
Another neighbor, who wished not to be identified, said: "She’s a neighbor from hell- she’s been terrorizing the streets and we’re all sick of it."
“She doesn’t even own a car. The disabled parking bay in front of her home was for the person that used to live there," the neighbor added.
Even one of Sharman's relatives spoke out against her.
"She should be behind bars - the woman is a menace," the unnamed relative said. "There are a lot of people around here that are petrified of her. She could get into a row with a nun as she is so aggressive."
"She has fallen out with all her family. Only her mum and sister visit her sometimes," the relative continued.
"At the end of the day she wrote the note to be simply spiteful."
Staffordshire police charged the mother-of-two with a Section 5 Public Order offence and breach of a restraining order.
Sharman pleaded guilty and was given a $165 fine, but Heath said the punishment wasn't enough.
"I am pleased with what the police did but feel the court has let us down. My wife is at a low ebb after all this," he said. "I wouldn't wish her [Sharman] on my worst enemy."
Have you ever had a neighbor from hell?