Bad social skills can be considered criminal!

Kirsty Sharman, a twenty-six-year old resident of Staffordshire, England has pleaded guilty to a public order offense after displaying terrible social skills. Sadly, Sharman’s actions prove she was never socialized and doesn’t understand how to behave properly in a civilized society.

What is the nature of your emergency?

An ambulance, responding to a call from one of Sharman’s neighbors suffering from breathing trouble, had the audacity to park in front of Sharman’s home Number 14.

Kirsty Sharman jumped quickly into action at the first sign of an emergency! She pulled out a piece of notebook paper and a pen and wrote a “vile” note which she left on the windshield of the ambulance.

“If this van is for anyone but Number 14 then you have no right to be parked here. I couldn’t give a #@!!*#! if the whole street collapsed now move your van from outside my house.”

Kirsty Sharman left vile note on ambulance proving she has bad social skills.

Concerned that she hadn’t done all she could do during an emergency, Sharman waited for the EMTs to return to their ambulance after having saved the life of her neighbor, and verbally abused them for parking in front of her home.

I’m being arrested? For what, bad social skills?

It seems the law was on the side of emergency personnel and did not favor Sharman. Unbeknownst to Sharman, emergency vehicles can park anywhere they need to in order to save someone’s life…even in front of Number 14.

Chief Inspector John Owen, commander of Staffordshire Police’s Stoke North Local Policing Team stated, “We will not tolerate abuse or intimidation of our emergency services. This kind of behavior is totally unacceptable and we will take appropriate action against offenders.”

Sharman was fined $168.00 and offered her deeply felt apologies to the EMTs she abused while they were saving someone’s life. She has been released from custody and one hopes should she need an ambulance a parking space will become available.

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