The young woman, who has asked to remain anonymous, works at a store in Devonport, Plymouth and regularly parks in the area.
But she and other drivers have recently discovered yellow stickers that insult their parking.
She told Plymouth Live: “They’re really abusive. We think we know who it is doing it. People around where we work seem to know who it is – he’s quite notorious round here.
“I thought it was funny at first and laughed it off. I had left my car in Granby Court – I hadn’t parked on yellow lines or over any driveway, but it was near a row of houses.
“You have about eight or nine cars along there most of the time. There’s no parking restrictions, so it’s not illegal to park there.
“But another time it had another phrase on it.”
The young woman has spoken to officers at the Devonport police station, and cops are now looking into the situation.
Earlier this week, a war of words broke out after two neighbours fell out over a parking spot.
“People around where we work seem to know who it is – he’s quite notorious”
Gary Corbett was sent an angry, anonymous, note from a neighbour claiming to be a police officer who said that he had blocked their driveway.
The 28-year-old fired back his own message in which he claimed to be a driving instructor and pointed out that there was no law against blocking a driveway, only an advisory.
He went on to cheekily offer the complainant driving lessons if they couldn’t manoeuvre their car through the 10ft gap he had left.