Driving: ‘Insane’ parking law on quiet street angers residents

An angry local resident shared a photo of a reckless parking situation on a nearby street.

The local resident posted the annoying image, which shows not one but two cars parked at the end of a cul-de-sac, on Reddit along with the caption: “Parking like a double full c***!!”

They explained: “In one of our local cul-de-sacs. Grrrhh, justifiable recklessness annoys me to no end!”

It’s not clear if the cars share the same owner, but it appears they could make it harder for people to access their driveways or turn around on the street.

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There was an outburst of anger from commentators, with many suggesting contacting the council.

One wrote: “Smells like a tow truck coming up the street.”

While another said: “Absolute clown shoes. Contact the local council and let them know that vehicles have blocked a public road and they usually respond fairly quickly in my experience (important pointing out that the road is closed).

And a third commented: “The key to a cul-de-sac is still a public road – I’d call the council. Screw this legitimate behavior.”

While another shared his struggles with parking: “Hate people who do that. I live on the other end of a court. So if you want to turn back, you have to dodge cars.

“They think they own the court. And they have the audacity to put a sign on a light pole that says “Residents Parking Only.” Hopefully they like raw eggs on Christmas morning.”

It came after a Sydney driver was pictured parking his car between two other vehicles in disabled bays at a busy suburban shopping centre.

The picture was taken at Westfield Eastgardens, with a local Facebook group calling the driver “disgusting” and “entitled”.

“Imagine having a claim like that,” commented one woman.

“Seriously everything that’s wrong in the world,” they said.

Another woman said: “I can’t believe my eyes. What fun.”

Originally published as the “Insane” Parking Act on a quiet street

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