Officers were left scratching their heads after the picture was taken in Bristol by Avon & Somerset police. “unorthodox parking methods”It was so that the curb could be straddled by two curbs at once
Image: Avon and Somerset Police
Police have shared a hilarious image of one of Britain’s “worst parked cars “It can cross not one, but two kerbs simultaneously.
The vehicle was discovered by Avon & Somerset police in Bristol. “unorthodox parking methods”, Bristol Live reported .
Officers are making inquiries to determine who is the owner of the vehicle.
Twitter: Avon and Somerset Road Policing Unit “Vehicle located overnight, unattended… enquiries ongoing to identify driver and to discuss their unorthodox parking methods.
“Clue, this sign doesn’t mean anything about flying cars!”
Lots of people replied to the post, @ActiveTravelNet said: “Is it possible to get the vehicle moved and the driver penalized?”
While @owestenken wrote: “First, undeniably c**p driving, but good God can you get the council to sort that sign?!
“Red ring means ‘no’, not sure what white ring means!”
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It comes after a driver was recently branded an ‘entitled t**t’ after parking over two parent and child bays.
Around 10:15 am on Saturday, the Ford Focus was taking over two spaces within a multi-storey parking lot near Asda in Wythenshawe.
It is unclear if the car’s owner had children.
Tom, 43, snapped a photo of the grey vehicle, and captioned it. “No comment.”