Angry Person Believed To Be Jilted Woman Sprays Mike Is A Cheater All Over Wrong Car Belonging To Disabled War Vet - ViralTab

Angry Person Believed To Be Jilted Woman Sprays Mike Is A Cheater All Over Wrong Car Belonging To Disabled War Vet

In what is believed to be a case of mistaken identity, a person believed to be female is suspected of being behind the spray-painting of a car with the words “Mike is a cheater” – but apparently she got the wrong car.

The car’s owner, Nedra Brantley, is not only not called Mike, and she is also female, and she said she was a disabled military veteran, who was shocked to find her Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SUV vandalised in Washington DC, the capital of the United States, on Sunday morning.

She admitted that she “screamed” when she first laid eyes on it as it had been so badly vandalised and said that she did not even know anyone named Mike.

Vandal in Washington D.C. spray-paints ‘Mike is a cheater’ on wrong vehicle, belonging to Nedra Brantley. (@Ms.N.I.Be/Newsflash)

The unidentified vandal sprayed “Mike is a cheater” on the bonnet and side doors. Also, the wing mirrors had been knocked off and the front and back windscreens were smashed.

Meanwhile, the SUV’s side windows and licence plates had been sprayed black.

After screaming in shock at the sight of her vandalised vehicle, Brantley is quoted in local media as saying: “I’m surprised nobody in the neighbourhood heard me, because I screamed so, so loud, because I didn’t expect this would happen.”

Vandal in Washington D.C. spray-paints ‘Mike is a cheater’ on wrong vehicle, belonging to Nedra Brantley. (@Ms.N.I.Be/Newsflash)

Confused about the incident, especially as she does not know anyone called ‘Mike’, Brantley said she called the police who told her it was probably a case of ‘mistaken identity’.

She added that her insurance company has promised to cover the cost of the damage.

The National Coalition against Domestic Violence (NCADV) said around one in nine men have experienced physical violence at their hands of their partner, adding that one in 18 have been stalked to the point that they felt frightened for their life.

Vandal in Washington D.C. spray-paints ‘Mike is a cheater’ on wrong vehicle, belonging to Nedra Brantley. (@Ms.N.I.Be/Newsflash)

NCADV said many males do not report incidents of stalking or violence at the hands of a female partner because of the stigma of being viewed as unmanly.

As of 18th November, Washington DC has seen 21,226 cases of vandalism against vehicles and personal property, representing a two percent increase for the same period last year.