Residents have repeatedly targeted the matching Range Rovers of two sisters in an escalating row of parks.
Notes were reportedly seen stuck to the vehicles with glue and even silicone when homeowners tried to prevent the couple from parking on their street.
But the defiant women who drive matching black and white Ranger Rover Velars say there are no restrictions on the road and accuse the perpetrators of property damage The men.
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Ellie Newman, 36, who lives in Whitefield, and sister Jordana Timeyin, 39, who lives in Prestwich, both Manchester, park their vehicles on a street near where they work
But the two, both of whom work at the Bridgewater Acceptances credit agency, say their vehicles have been targeted multiple times, sometimes with glue.
On Thursday, Ellie claimed she found a piece of silicone stuck to the windshield of her black Range Rover after finishing work.
The note with a black felt pen read: “Please do not use this street as a parking lot anymore. Residents come home from work / shopping and cannot park on their own street !!”
But Ellie said she and Sister Jordana had the right to park there as they both pay taxes.
She said, “There are no yellow lines. We work in the area and we pay road tax for that. Our offices have been there for 20 years. That happened about four times on the left, glued on with superglue, gaffer tape and now silicone.
“This is criminal damage.”
Girlfriend and colleague Rachel Shard, 41, said she parked her own vehicle on another nearby street but was also vandalized.
She said, “It took me to get my car fixed, so I’m not going to park here anymore. I think it’s jealousy.”
Ellie says she reported the incident to the police online.
According to the RAC Official Parking Guide, “It is perfectly legal to park in front of someone’s house unless the vehicle is blocking a driveway or a wheel is over a fallen curb.
“Other situations where parking is not allowed are streets that have resident parking permits or one of the above restrictions, i.e. double yellow lines.”
The Greater Manchester Police Department has been asked for a comment.
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