A man from Deltona has a sticker on his car that reads: "My Son is a Marine." When he came out from shopping at Wal-Mart...

Posted by Volusia County Sheriff's Office on Friday, April 8, 2016

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Lewis and Tami Alexander are the proud parents of a U.S. Marine currently serving overseas.

To show their support for their son, the Florida couple display bumper stickers on their cars, including one that says, "Proud Parent of a U.S. Marine."

Lewis was shocked on Friday when he returned to his car after shopping at a local Walmart and found a hateful note stuck to his windshield: "F*** you and your son. I hope he dies!"

“I got back in my car, and I was about to put it in reverse, and then I looked at the note again, and it really hit me that 'Wow, this person is evil!'” the military dad told Fox 13.

He said that he was so upset that he was brought to tears and called the Volusia County Sheriff's Office to report the incident.

Authorities sympathized with him, but they said that no crime was actually committed. They posted the note to their Facebook page, thanking the men and women who serve this country, and their family members.

Lewis said that he has a message for whoever left the chilling note on his car.

"If I could leave a note on his car, it would probably say, 'God Bless you.'"

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