A flyer attached to the windscreen of an Indian Australian's car while he was shopping...

… An Indian background man found this flyer attached to his car’s windscreen after returning from his local Woolworths...

The racist flyer read on the car: “Asians out, Indians out, Australia is full!” according to Junkee.

Written in blue ink with the words 'out' and 'full' underlined in red, the flyer left the man unnerved, so much so that he did not reveal his identity, lest he be targeted further...

Victim's friend who wants to be known only as Jasmine, when asked if she believed the man was deliberately targeted because of his race she said: “Yes of course. He’s Indian.

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