An angry man sprawled the words “hope your mum dies” on the wall of his ex’s house less than a day after her mother had a heart attack – because he was dumped.
The horrific comments were spray-painted in huge black writing over a house in Basildon, Essex, along with the words “Basildon’s biggest slut lives here”.
The £175,000 terraced property was brandished with the graffiti across the front door, window, wall and garden wall of woman’s home.
She said her ex daubed the walls on Wednesday morning after her mum had a heart attack on Tuesday night.
The words “coke whore” and “fat c**t” can also be seen and Essex police say they are aware of the damage and it was reported to them on Friday afternoon.
The victim, who did not want to be named, said: “I think it’s just so disgusting as my mum has just had a major heart attack.
“He is a scum bag, no words other than that left to say.”
Her mum, who lives in Spain, was only moved out of intensive care on Saturday and is said to now be in a stable condition in hospital.
Speaking via Facebook from hospital the poorly mum said: “We just want him out of our lives.”
Since the horrific vandalism the woman whose house it is has been inundated with messages and offers to help, with many taking to Facebook to say they would happily remove the graffiti themselves.
She added: “I have had so many people message me saying they would help. It’s nice to know there are so many friendly people out there.”
Commenting on Facebook many slated the words which were written across the house.
Cathy Cheeseman posted: “What a horrible way to treat someone. Whoever wrote this is disgusting.”
Toby Lazenbury also wrote: “Who in the world do these vandals think they are!?
“That’s ridiculous and quite frankly a disgusting thing, I don’t care what these peoples feelings are towards the said woman but to broadcast that in public to the world is a gross miss treating of humanity, and these monsters cannot be men or women, rather a version of these things.”
Essex police confirmed no arrests have been made for criminal damage.