Received Monday, February 2, 2009
Nanny Sighting 2/2/09. Location: parking lot of Bonda Restaurant in Westport, CT. This restaurant was not open. I had pulled in the parking area by the rest to deal with a three year old having a temper tantrum. I was mostly consumed with dealing with a child who was pelting me with cheeznips and screaming at the top of her lungs. I noticed a dark SUV, a ford, but I don't know the model, late model, newish, shiny, that was in the parking area kind of behind me where there is a dumpster. Not parked by but near. I looked up when I heard broken glass. The woman in the passenger seat was throwing bottles out of her car. Now that I looked at her, she was swigging out of a small bottle. She then tossed that bottle in the direction of the dumpster.
As she drove past me, I could see a small boy of 2 or under asleep in his carseat which was positioned directly behind the passenger seat. I was still disciplining and calming down my child. The woman looked directly at me. She was wearing designer sunglasses (at a glance, they looked fancy) and she had styled hair that was blondish and short. After I got my child situated in her seat and calmed down, I climbed back in my car and made a wide u-turn passing by where she had been parking. I stopped next to where she had been and saw that the discarded bottles were wine bottles. There were two unbroken bottles - small, I think you would call them single serving bottles of Sofia Blanc de Blancs by Francis Ford Coppola (I took a picture with my cell phone) and one small broken bottle of the same and two large broken bottles. One was severely broken and green tinted with a beige label that said Jepson and the other said Fransican, same green tinted bottle with beige label. My cell phone picture is not crystal clear.
***There is a good chance this could be a mother. Even so, she should not be driving and drinking! I am more inclined to think it to be a nanny, because why would a mother need to drink in a vehicle? Maybe she works for a SAHM.