Some Australian paramedics arrived at work on Saturday morning to discover their ambulance had covered in graffiti.
Paramedics of the Queensland Ambulance Service are infuriated at the vandalism of their new van, which was parked overnight outside Woodridge station, south of Brisbane.
They've taken to Facebook to share their disgust.
"Where has the respect gone?" a post read.
"What a kick in the guts for our officers who care for the community.
"The perpetrators of this senseless act should remember it may be them or a loved one that may need our urgent care."
Many Facebook users were outraged, with some even saying those responsible should be blacklisted from the ambulance's services.
"Hope they find who did this and that they receive a lifetime ban on getting any ambulance assistance... this is horrendous," one Facebooker wrote.
The Queensland Ambulance Service said staff had been called in to sort it out.