An emergency ambulance crew has had a bit of an expected surprise after a motorist who pulled out in front of them left his number on their windscreen hoping to entice one of the crew on a date.
The West Midlands Ambulance Service crew were responding to an emergency call in Birmingham when a motorist pulled out into their path as they raced to their patient on blues-and-twos.
After arriving at the patient’s address and providing treatment, the crew returned to their ambulance only to find that someone had left a note on their windscreen.
When it comes to handwritten notes and emergency vehicles, then you can understand why the crew might have been a bit nervous as these notes usually tend to contain some B.S. about parking advice etc.
However, upon closer inspection, it turned out that the male who had pulled out on them earlier found the ambulance parked up and then left a note that said:
‘Hey sorry I don’t normally do this but if you don’t ask then you don’t get.
‘P.S. sorry for pulling out on you.’
Our contact tells us that the medic who the note was intended for hasn’t yet decided as to whether or not she is going to message the male back.
What do you think the medic should do? Ditch or date? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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