This roadwork was still taking place, which means that signs and warnings must have been around when this guy decided to park right in the middle of it.
Clearly, the owner of this silver car was just too busy to pay attention and couldn’t be bothered to notice that he landed himself in a bigger mess than he bargained for.
Parking on The Edge
We don’t know how long that person was parked there or why local authorities did not simply have them towed, but the current situation is almost unbelievable.
It's quite remarkable that with such a heavy car, he didn't fall into the water but one thing is for sure, he's going to need help getting himself back on the ground.
No Car Is an Island
Here is another car owner that felt as if the rules didn’t apply to them. Although the street was being cleared for repaving, they decided to park there anyway. Now the people in the neighborhood are left with this ugly spot that wasn’t repaved.
We guess they should count themselves lucky that the city workers did not decide to repave around their tires. That would make them think twice about their choice of parking spots.
Those Best Buy return policies must be really strict. Look what this one customer had to do just to make it in time to exchange their child’s Christmas present.
Luckily, there was a parking spot available right in front of the counter. Now that’s what we call smart shopping.
Between the Lines
The really amazing thing about this parking job is how straight they got the car. This would be a perfect example of parallel parking if they, you know, did not damage their car from both ends.
Watching this person wake up in the morning after a clearly wild night and trying to maneuver out of this spot would be both sad and hysterically funny. Good luck buddy!