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Footage Of A Driver In Ireland Blocking In A Car For Terrible Parking Has Gone Insanely Viral

By Darragh Berry

November 15, 2018 at 10:47am

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We've all come across a bad driver in our experience on the road.

There's ones who are too slow to take off at traffic lights and end up moving on just as it turns from green to red meaning you're left sitting and waiting in the same spot.

There's the drivers that use the overtaking lane on the motorway AND NEVER MOVE BACK OVER ONCE THEY'VE OVERTAKEN.

But the one that really grinds our gears the most is those who can't park.

And one man in Tuam, Co. Galway decided to take matters into his own hands to teach someone, who had parked badly, a lesson.

The person in the red car has parked up on a curb in a non-parking spot at a petrol station.

The driver filming the ordeal, who has a car with a trailer, decides to park up tight, right behind the red car leaving it with very little room to get out.

The person filming states that because the car was up on the footpath, it was blocking pedestrians and had forced several buggies to "squeeze out" pass the little space between the car and the wall.

The red car - which has a 181 reg - eventually gets out of the tight squeeze and when it does, the passenger of the car gets out and rings the gardaí stating that if they don't get down to the petrol station quick, they will attack the person filming.

The three-minute video, which has been circulating on Facebook, has already racked up 140,000 views in just under 12 hours.

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