There are a couple of ways to react when you hit a parked car, each with its upsides and downsides.
The first (and more illegal) strategy involves fleeing the area as quickly as possible and hoping there are no people in the area who witnessed you commit a hit-and-run and care enough to make someone else's business their own.
The second (and more advisable) strategy involves getting out of your car and leaving a note confessing your mistake along with your contact info so you and the other party can eventually end up spending too much time dealing with insurance companies.
After hitting a car in New Bedford, Massachusetts, one driver decided neither of these strategies was going to work, and while the driver did end up leaving a note for the victim, I'd be very surprised if the college student who found the piece of paper on his car was able to track the driver down.
Not even mad about the scratches lmfao.....Hands down the funniest thing that has ever happened to me only in NewB pic.twitter.com/Mc3WD6P12H — Tcalloww (@TCalloww) May 5, 2016
You might think the hit-and-runner is a terrible person for leaving a note like this, but having had plenty of experience with drivers in Massachusetts, I think this student should be grateful to receive this much compassion in the first place.