Parking kings creatively punished In Argentina

Parking kings creatively punished In Argentina

September 21, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The store employees decided to punish the driver who parked his car in the wrong place, which caused inconvenience to other people. The car was furnished with freight carts on all sides. It is not known how long it took the driver to clear his driveway.

Do you often notice cars parked incorrectly? Such cases occur constantly and everywhere. Many leave their personal vehicle wherever they want – on lawns, pedestrian sidewalks, playgrounds, and even in the middle of the road. Interested people try to deal with this lawlessness by various methods. A good lesson was taught to one of the drivers in Argentina.

 For some reason, the driver parked his Peugeot 208 right on the spot where shopping carts are usually located in the underground parking lot. The motorist did not think about others and left his car in this place, causing a lot of discomfort to other people. The employees did not tolerate this and forced the French car with carts on all sides so that the owner could not leave.[IP]&ua=[UA]&domain=[DOMAIN]&page=[PAGE]&secure=[SECURE]&language=[BROWSER_LANGUAGE]&bidfloor=[BIDFLOOR]&gdpr_consent=[GDPR_CONSENT]

 Photos of this interesting moment were posted on social networks at 23:00 by a resident of Argentina Arnold Angelini. He warmly supported the actions of the employees, because he also believes that the actions of the driver are calm.

 Looking at the photo, you can see a huge number of freight carts. Most likely, they were brought by the store employees themselves. It is not known how long it took the driver to clear his driveway and leave the parking lot. He must remember this lesson for life and not repeat such a thing.

 It is not surprising that the post of the Argentine with incredible speed scattered across the Internet and became popular. Social media users who shared this post expressed the same feelings as Arnold. It remains to figure out how to punish the “parking king”, who leave their cars on lawns and transitional sidewalks.