Neighbours at war in the Sydney suburb of Freshwater over a boat parked on the ... trends now
A family boat parked on a residential street near a busy beach has triggered a tense war of wards among residents in an upmarket Sydney suburb.
A disgruntled local in Freshwater, on the northern beaches, spray-painted the words 'f*** if off' on the boats cover in protest of it taking up a parking space.
In a typed letter placed on top of the graffiti, the owners claimed the boat and trailer were both registered and therefore legally parked.
'Hello. My family and I recently moved into the street,' the one-page note began.
The owners of a boat parked on a street beside a popular beach have hit back after disgruntled locals spray-painted 'f*** it off' on the cover (pictured)
The owners of the vandalised boat hit back with a typed one-page letter which was placed in a plastic sleeve and taped to the boat
'This is our family boat that we go fishing and wake-boarding on. The boat and trailer are registered and we can thus park it legally on the street.
'We live on the street and haven't just parked it here as it looks like a quiet spot.
'I have tried to be thoughtful by not parking directly in front of anyone's house or next to their driveway. The boat