Vile racist calls mum 'black b****' in front of daughter during parking dispute at Asda

A mum has spoken of her horror after being abused by a vile racist during a parking dispute outside an Asda store.
Tia-Simone Kennedy was called a "black b****" and told to "go back to your own country" in front of her daughter outside the shop in Huddersfield.
The woman, whose car was reportedly over the line of her parking space, had allegedly demanded that Tia-Simone move her car to give her space on the passenger side - despite being on her own.
The victim was with her daughter Tamia and cousin Chloè when she was confronted by a woman in the car park.
It happened shortly before 4pm on Sunday, Yorkshire Live reports.
Tia-Simone, who was born in Huddersfield, said: "I told her there was no need to be rude and she got really angry and came to the side of my car and called me a 'black b****'.
It happened outside an Asda store in Huddersfield (file pic)
"She said how I shouldn't be in the country anyway and how it was her country and 
she belongs here and how I should get back to my own country.
"I was absolutely shocked but then I got into a state of anger. My blood was boiling -
in front of my child as well. I was very, very angry."
Mum-of-one Tia-Simone claims she had initially offered to move her car despite being 
parked perfectly in her space, but decided against it following the racist slurs.
Tia-Simone said: "I said to her that her driver's side was free and that she could either wait 
until I was gone or get in on the driver's side.
"It was only her in the car anyway, there was no passenger.
"She made a big scene and started banging on my car windows.
"She also called the security who I told that she was being racist and that I was not going
 to allow that."
Tia-Simone said it was the first time in her life that she experienced racism first-hand.
She said: "I was born here, so was my daughter, so was my mum and grandma. I'm 
mixed-race but I am quite light-skinned, I do have the curly hair.
"I have never in my life had anybody say anything to me about my race.
"My daughter was very upset by what the woman said and asked why she would say things
 like that.
"I thought for her sake if anything, I'd report it to the police."
West Yorkshire Police said: "Police were called at 4pm on Sunday, May 17 to reports a
 woman had been subject to racist abuse at a supermarket on Long Hill Road in Huddersfield.
"The female suspect is described as white, between 50 and 60 years old and with blonde hair.
"She was also wearing a pink flowery top, black trousers and a black leather jacket."
Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact police on the non-emergency
 number 101, quoting crime reference 13200247612.
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