Woman arrested for leaving abusive note on ambulance kicked out of home

An ambulance and the note left on its window.
An ambulance and the note left on its window. Photo credit: Twitter / Katie Tudor; Getty

A UK woman known for leaving an abusive note on the window of an ambulance attending an emergency call has been kicked out of her home.

Neighbours complained about mother-of-two Kristy Sharman's "horrendous" behaviour to local police repeatedly, leading them to successfully seeking a court order for her to move, The Daily Mail reports.

In February Sharman verbally abused paramedics attending to her sick neighbour and left a note on the ambulance ordering them to move.

""If this van is anyone but number 14 then you have no right to be parked here," it read.

"I couldn't give a shit if the whole street collapsed. Now move your van from outside my house."

Sharman was charged with using threatening words and behaviour and fined £120 (NZ$234).

Following the note going viral and attention from social media users, Sharman called herself "the most-hated woman in the world".

Now neighbours have opened up about the challenges they faced living next door to her.

"The police must have been up here 150 times in the past 16 months," Christine Heath, the woman visited by the ambulance Sharman abused, told The Daily Mail.

"I have lived here for 46 years and this has taken over my life. We have been told before that she would be evicted so I hope this means she will be gone."

Prior to the court order being granted Sharman's private landlord had begun eviction proceedings against her.

She left the court before the end of her hearing.