WHILE it’s not uncommon to see an ambulances blocking a drive way or obstructing the road as paramedics rush to treat those in need.
26 year old Kirsty Sharman penned her anger at the ambulances blocking her drive way by writing a note saying “I couldn’t give a s**t if the whole street collapses. Now move your van from outside my house.” Sharman then later went on to the street to confront male paramedic and hurdled abused at him saying: “Move your f****** van.”
She was in court after being arrested for her public order, she admitted to angry note and issued her “sincerest apologies”. The note was shared on social media but another paramedic who was shocked to see what her colleagues had in counted while working. Sharman pleaded guilty to the section 5 public order offence.
Chairman of the magistrates Christopher Rushton told her at the sentencing: “This was an absolutely despicable incident.
“The fact it was directed at an ambulance crew providing a public service to a sick person. That crew should not be subject to actions such as these.”
A fine of £120 and victim surcharge of £30 as well as additional coast of £135 were issued to Sharman.