Drunk woman leaves her car at restaurant in Canada -- then returns to this note on her windshield

After a night of drinking with her husband at a restaurant, a woman left her car there and took an Uber car home, only to find a heartwarming note on her windshield when she retrieved her car the next day. 

According to Inspire More, the woman, Paula Grzelak-Schultz, wanted to avoid drinking and driving, and hence, left her car at the restaurant and took an Uber car home.

If you have ever left your vehicle anywhere, you know the fear of possibly returning to a boot, a ticket, a mean note from the business, or no car at all because it was towed.

However, when Paula returned to ‘Original Joes’ in Sherwood Park, Alberta to get her car the next day, she was surprised to find that none of those horrible scenarios happened.

Instead, she discovered a heartwarming note on her windshield from the restaurant that reads: 

Dear Original Joe’s Sherwood Park Guest,

Just wanted to thank you for leaving your car parked overnight.

I’m not sure if you had consumed alcohol at our restaurant or not, but we wanted to thank you for not drinking and driving.

Enclosed is voucher good for 1lb of our delicious chicken wings.

Please accept this as a thank you for being responsible.

Life is valuable, have a great weekend.

Paula shared the note on her Facebook page and it is going viral, garnering over 8,000 shares and 20,000 ‘Likes’.

The awesome note was left by Jay McLean who is the managing partner of the restaurant.

McLean says he started leaving notes on cars to encourage others not to drink and drive, because he about fighting drunk driving through kindness and great examples.

What a great way to fight drunk driving and encourage others not to drink and drive!

According to Singapore Criminal Lawyer, the limit for drink and drunk driving are as follows: 

a) If the driver is found with more than the legal limit of 35 micrograms (ug) of alcohol per 100 ml of breath, or
b) more than 80 milligrams (mg) of alcohol per 100 ml of blood

However, in any case of drink and drunk driving, the Traffic Police (TP) has every right to charge you. 

In summary, no matter how much you drink, be it with or not within limits, please always think twice before you go behind the wheels! 

Don't risk getting into an accident, injuring someone, or worse still, taking your own or someone's life.

It might not be just all that worth.