Alexandra Bennett, 29, can be seen waving her parking badge as she argues with an aggravated man yelling at her to “get out” of the disabled parking bay she rightfully occupied, reports the Express.
Alexandra who suffers from Fibromyalgia, a long-term condition which causes pain all over the body, wrote on Facebook: “Is it any wonder people don’t respect their eldest.
“Tuesday afternoon minding my own business then I get this abuse!
“For those of you that don’t know I am classed as disabled so I have a disabled badge to allow me to park on disabled spaces.
“I’m so upset, I constantly get abuse because I don’t look disabled and to shout at me like this in front of my son is disgusting!”
The beauty therapist received hundreds of comments on her video, with many defending her and criticising the man for starting the tirade of abuse in front of her ten year-old son.
Alexandra said: “I felt really upset, more so for my son to witness that and honestly I did feel a little worried of what he would of done because he was so angry.
“I was picking up my son from school and I parked on the doctors car park which is right opposite my sons school because parking is a nightmare around there so I used the disabled parking space that was closest for me to get to the school.
“I waited for my son as he usually meets me on the car park and as I waited the man that hurled abuse at me parked right next to me in the next disabled parking bay.
“The man started shaking his head at me so I asked him why are you shaking your head at me then the video follows from there.”