Portsmouth mum ‘cross’ that kids have learnt swear words after graffiti vandals spray expletives over cars

A MOTHER-OF-TWO was left horrified after her children read swear words that had been sprayed on cars in Portsmouth after a spate of vandalism last night.

Wednesday, 20th March 2019, 2:28 pm
Updated Wednesday, 20th March 2019, 2:31 pm
Samantha John walked her children to Flying Bull Academy in Buckland
Samantha John walked her children to Flying Bull Academy in Buckland

Samantha John was walking her two children to Flying Bull Academy in Buckland when she came across a number of cars throughout North End, Copnor and Buckland covered in swear words.

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She said: ‘Having a nearly eight-year-old and a nearly-five-year-old who's able to read asking me what '[****]’ means was not the greatest start to the day

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Samantha John walked her children to Flying Bull Academy in Buckland

I saw at least six cars on route taking my children to school and  I see a lot of children from various schools use that route.’

Streets targeted included Powerscourt Road, Stirling Street and Queens Road.

Samantha added: ‘I've bubble-wrapped my children as much as I can so learning swear words from from vandalism makes me very cross.’