A RESIDENT who slammed paramedics for blocking his drive has been named locally.

The angry neighbour who left the note in Small Heath, Birmingham has been identified by The Sun as 27-year-old Hassan Shabbir.

It read: “You may be saving lives but don’t park in a stupid place and block my drive.”

West Midlands Ambulance Service tweeted the note, stating that it was lost for words.

Paramedic Tasha Starkey shared a picture of it on Twitter and said: “Crew alerted an extremely poorly patient to hospital, minimal on scene time, arrived at hospital to find this note... this patient was TIME-CRITICAL.”

Now, Mr Shabbir has spoken out to the Mirror - and admitted: “What I did was monstrous.

“I’m ashamed that I did what I did, deeply ashamed. My heart goes out to the man that passed away.

“There’s no justification, there is no explanation, there is nothing that I can say to justify my actions.

“I would like to apologise for any offence that I have caused to the family members of the man who passed away."