Love Island' star Demi Jones suffered a traumatic parking experience involving her and a disgruntled cyclist.
The reality TV star, 23, documented the incident to her 1.2 million Instagram followers on Tuesday 4 January morning and even suffered more abuse after she posted her story.
The Love Island 2020 contestant took a photo of her damaged car windscreen and told fans about her unfortunate interaction.
The star, who recently starred in the Real Full Monty, wrote: "This morning a cyclist spat on my windscreen and proceeded to snap my windscreen wiper off because he didn’t like the position of my parking."
In a strong Instagram story she added: "I feel really sorry for him because imagine being filled with that much hate in your miserable life."
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Demi continued to document her stressful start to the day, as some followers defended the cyclists harsh actions. Reality star Demi was in no mood to deal with any more abuse.
The star received strange criticism for sharing her less than ideal start to the year.
She shared a response from one user calling Demi "cursed" and fans rallied behind the star's frustrating morning.
In a further Instagram story, the star took a selfie and wrote: "Thank you for all the supportive DMs!! It's a shame some people troll and thank you for all the support but please remember not to incite abuse back as two wrongs don't make a right!"
Trying to start the year positively Demi added: "Account is blocked and moved on, no time for nastiness in 2022."
To complete a tough start to the day, Demi signed off with: "At least I know I'm a good person with a pure soul and fresh day tomorrow, gn."
Demi is now cancer free and has used her experience on The Real Full Monty, with fellow stars Christine McGuinness and Teddy Soares, to encourage people to get checked if they have concerns related to the disease.
She exclusively told OK! recently: "I was getting really upset about it. But I am hoping I can raise awareness among young people to check their lumps, no matter how old you are, or how much you’ve got so going on in your life."
The star added: "I think a lot of people are actually scared. They avoid going to the doctor, even though it’s at the back of their mind. I did that a lot. Or you feel like you’re wasting their time."
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