For some unknown reason, there’s a trend ongoing in Scotland where those with nothing better to do flip vehicles upside down. They’ve struck again, this time leaving a Vauxhall Corsa on its roof in Irvine, reports The Sun.
The owner, a 21-year-old mother, awoke at 3 a.m. after police knocked on her door to verify the vehicle on its roof was indeed her Vauxhall Corsa. She was taken aback by what the suspects had done. Not only was the Corsa upside down, the body was crumpled and windows smashed. She’s now out of a vehicle as it was declared totaled.
“Now we have no car we can only stay in the house or go to the nearby park. I’ve got my mum but she works I can’t expect her to stop her life and ferry me about,” she said.
“I’m now having to rely on the bus service but sometimes I’ve not got enough money.”
Another victim reportedly had her Ford Ka tipped onto two wheels leaning against a neighbor’s car. Local police believe the incidents are related and urge those with information to contact the police.