Holidaymakers' cars daubed in graffiti

Furious residents have daubed graffiti on cars parked on their streets by holidaymakers who are 'using the area as an airport car park'. 

Vehicles parked on Western Avenue and Hale Road, near Liverpool's John Lennon Airport, were attacked over the new year period.

White lines have been sprayed all over the cars with the windows and outer panels covered by the paint.

Signs have also been stuck on car windows reading: 'THIS IS NOT A CAR PARK FOR THE AIRPORT'

Signs have also been stuck on car windows reading: 'THIS IS NOT A CAR PARK FOR THE AIRPORT'

Vehicles parked on Western Avenue and Hale Road, near Liverpool's John Lennon Airport, were attacked over the new year period

Vehicles parked on Western Avenue and Hale Road, near Liverpool's John Lennon Airport, were attacked over the new year period

Signs have also been stuck on car windows reading: 'THIS IS NOT A CAR PARK FOR THE AIRPORT'.

In a local resident's social media group there were suggestions the damage has been caused by 'people not happy with the airport parking evaders'.

The vandalism took place earlier this week and many of the cars remain in place - suggesting the owners may not yet be aware of the damage.

One woman wrote online: 'Gives the place a bad name, no wonder they won't invest in the place! Scum bags dragging it down.

'Don't see the problem in people parking if they're not causing an obstruction.

'How many people have parked their cars down a street they don't know because it's quicker to get the shops? All I imagine.

'It's a public road - you can park anywhere. Doing that to people's cars knowing they're not cheap to fix, just after Xmas too. It's not on.'

White lines have been sprayed all over the cars with the windows and outer panels covered by the paint

White lines have been sprayed all over the cars with the windows and outer panels covered by the paint

Another posted: 'I don't see what harm anyone does by

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