Note Left on Quadriplegic Man's Car Questioned His Disability

Wheelchair-bound Michigan man found the message on his car, which was parked in a handicapped spot.
0:49 | 10/21/13

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A disabled man in Michigan found something shocking on his car. It was a hand written note and the first line read. I would love to see your wheelchair. Matt mills that is a quadriplegic and cannot move his -- -- fingers. He parked in handicapped spot to play -- -- wheelchair rugby at the Y last week he works for the social security administration and he says he was puzzled -- would leave a note without ever having met him and just assumed. He tried to steal a convenient spot Matt's wife Leisle. A different response she was furious posted a challenge on FaceBook. She wondered if the person who wrote the note was willing to give up his hands and legs in exchange. For a handicapped parking space betrayed she says Matt would gladly.

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