Angry drivers unleash hilarious revenge on hapless car who parked in their spot – who’s side are you on? | The Sun
THIS IS the hilarious moment angry white van men got their revenge by blocking in a hapless driver in after they parked in a loading bay.
The driver, whose name is unknown, was visiting family in Edmonton, London, when they parked behind a furniture showroom.
The bungling motorist did not expect to return to their black Ford Fiesta Titanium to find it completely blocked in.
Two vans belonging to the business Istikbaluk had returned to find the vehicle in their spot.
In return they parked so close to the doors the driver couldn't get in.
In an angry post online the "outraged" driver vented: "After visiting family tonight I returned to my car to find I couldn't even open my door to get inside it.
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"I am out raged at how this furniture company located on Fore Street, Edmonton N18 (İstikbal) can park there vans behind there shop like this.
"This clearly has been done on purpose, no fire exit doors was blocked and they were able to gain access clearly."
The driver was forced to squeeze their hand through the passenger door, wind the window down, and climb in.
They added: "It's a good thing to you had CCTV that's all I have to say."
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Comments were completely on the business owners' side.
One user wrote: "Personally I would've parked a third van behind you. Literally common sense goes a long way."
Another added: "It's like parking on my drive and trying to act like you're in the right. Next time use the boot to get in."
One penned: "So you park in a place that you shouldn’t be parked and then complain that you only got slightly inconvenienced (your own fault) be thankful you didn’t get a ticket or had your tyres let down."
The Sun has contacted Istikbaluk for comment.
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