By Isabelle Stackpool For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 07:37 BST, 16 September 2020 | Updated: 09:01 BST, 16 September 2020
A rude note left on a parked car has sparked a heated debate about snobby suburbs and whether it's appropriate to park on a front lawn.
A homeowner from Claremont, an exclusive suburb in west Perth, has come under fire for leaving the 'very rude' and 'snobbish' message on a car parked on their lawn.
The note triggered a social media firestorm for taking aim at Balga, a suburb 12kms north of Perth's CBD, when it was shared to social media on Monday.
'This is not Balga. Park in the street, not on the lawn. Don't park here again,' the message read.
A homeowner in Claremont, an affluent suburb in west Perth, left a 'discriminatory' note (pictured above) on a car that was parked on their front lawn
The homeowner came under fire for the accusatory message and was labelled 'a freaking snob' (pictured) by social media commenters who read the note on Monday
The 'antagonistic and discriminatory' note quickly caused commenters to label the message an act of 'total and utter snobbery'.
'What a freaking snob! I've lived in Balga, Midland, Gosnells, Bassendean, Beechboro, Scarborough.
'All suburbs have their 'riff raff' and all have their so called 'pillars of