Mom Takes Disabled Husband To Olive Garden, Then Stranger Leaves Rude Note About Their Looks

October 19, 2016 - By Clara W. Scott

Kionna, her husband Dusty and their 8-year-old daughter had just finished their meal at an Olive Garden in Oklahoma City. When they left the restaurant and got to their car in the parking lot, Kionna received a shocking dose of cruelty.

Someone had scribbled a cruel and misguided note on a piece of yellow paper and placed on the car windshield.

The note read, Disabled? No. Just your big fat a**es

Not only did this stranger accuse the family of inappropriately using a disabled parking spot, but he or she also left a rude comment about the way they looked.

Kionna and Dusty tried to quickly swipe the note off the windshield before their curious daughter could read it, but it was too late. She asked them why a complete stranger would leave them such a horrible note.

But what the disrespectful and ignorant author of the note didn’t know (or didn’t care to know) was that Dusty has a medical condition he has struggled with his entire life.

Scroll down to see Kionna’s viral response to the yellow note.

In October 2015, an Oklahoma-based mom named Kionna Montazeri wrote the following on Facebook:

Facebook / Kionna Montazeri


“To the person/persons that left this note on my car at the Olive Garden on Memorial in OKC today, I’d like to say thank you!”

Facebook / Kionna Montazeri

“Your misguided and uninformed attempt to shame me and my family provided an opportunity to teach my 8 year old daughter a lesson.

Upon seeing this note, she said ‘Mom, why would someone do that? They don’t even know us.’

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