Toyota HiLux ute covered in insults in Waterloo, Sydney in lover’s spat

See the furious insults scorned ex covered tradie’s ute with as she uses permanent marker to destroy his car

  • Parked Toyota Hilux ute vandalised in Sydney’s innercity suburb of Waterloo 
  • The mystery woman wrote a slew of insults in pen including ‘die you putrid dog’
  • Vandalising property can carry up to $2,200 in fines or 12 months imprisonment
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A scorned partner has vandalised her ex-lover’s car using a permanent marker to cover it in furious insults/

The white Toyota Hilux ute was spotted in Sydney‘s innercity suburb of Waterloo on Saturday with the bonnet and right side of the car defaced in black and blue ink. 

The mystery woman wrote various declarations and threats including, ‘I hate you!,’  and ‘Die you putrid dog’.

‘F**K YOU CHEATING FAT DOG’ was written across the front of the car in block letters and could be clearly seen by anyone walking past the car.

The white Toyota Hilux was parked on Philip Street in Sydney's inner-city suburb of Waterloo (pictured)

The white Toyota Hilux was parked on Philip Street in Sydney’s inner-city suburb of Waterloo (pictured)

The mystery woman wrote a slew of insults on the right side  of the car

The mystery woman wrote a slew of insults on the right side  of the car

Under the 2008 NSW Graffiti Control Act, marking property with spray paint or pen without the consent of the owner carries a fine of up to $440. 

However, when the offence occurs in circumstances of aggravation – where the graffiti implement used cannot be easily removed or wiped with water or detergent – the maximum penalty rises to a $2,200 fine and or 12 months imprisonment.

NSW courts are unable to sentence an offender to a term of imprisonment unless they have previously been convicted of the same offence. 

 Cleaning experts recommend rubbing alcohol or acetone to get rid of sharpie or permanent marker from a car’s exterior.

Soaking a cloth in full cream milk and leaving it on the sections overnight has also been successful in getting rid of the permanent marks. 

The former couple remain unidentified. 

NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia no complaint had been made however urged anyone with information to contact CrimeStoppers.

The woman used blue and black permanent marker to deface the front of the car, writing in huge block letters 'F**K YOU CHEATING FAT DOG' (pictured). The man and woman remain unidentified

The woman used blue and black permanent marker to deface the front of the car, writing in huge block letters ‘F**K YOU CHEATING FAT DOG’ (pictured). The man and woman remain unidentified

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