Threatening note left on ambulance while patient was receiving treatment: 'Next time it will be smashed'

A man has been arrested after an angry note was left on an ambulance at the scene of a medical emergency threatening it would be “smashed”.

Paramedics were treating a patient who had suffered a critical heart problem inside a nearby property at the time.

Police from Tower Hamlets in east London tweeted: “This was left on @Ldn_Ambulance after they were dealing with a cardiac arrest patient! Needless to say one is in custody now. #DTeam”.

The note warned the paramedics of the consequences of parking in the spot where they had left their vehicle, which it said was reserved for a specific person.

It read: “WARNING THIS IS A PRIVATE PARKING SPACE NEXT TIME IT WILL BE SMASHED”.

 

 

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