Another case of the “I didn’t see.” We get it, driving a truck isn’t easy and perhaps maneuvering around freely is a little trickier than it is normally, but surely you saw this bright red fire hydrant in plain view? Perhaps you thought it would be a good idea to rest your truck onto it as if it was a leg? We are running out of excuses. It doesn’t quite make sense.
The irony is that with that kind of parking, this driver is certainly prone to accidents and may very likely cause some explosions. In which case, it’s good that he parked on top of a fire hydrant.
Bad Luck Bobby
Sometimes the world is just against you no matter what. This poor fella parked in this space outside this building onto wet concrete. Did he not notice, that the ground below him wasn't set and still moving?
Perhaps we're being too forgiving because it seems impossible that anyone can be this stupid. If he did knowingly park here, then perhaps he is better off without a car.
Thank You, Really
Looks like this one didn't quite get the "please drive safely" memo and went straight for the rock instead. Too bad. There is clearly a reason for this terribly passive-aggressive sign. Don't abide by it? You'll learn your lesson!
They should pair the toppled-over car with the sign. Perhaps that will send a slightly stronger message.
This really re-invents the concept of parking. If you ran out of space on the ground, was this the next natural "step" to take? Obviously, it would be flying into someone's poor window.
We're also not quite sure what use that ladder is there. How exactly do you plan on getting that down?
The idea of actually entering the parking spot so you can park your car is apparently a foreign concept to this person. Where do the borders of the parking lot actually end and where do they begin? This driver has defined those boundaries for himself and taken the liberty of leaping into the nearby ditch. Clearly, this person has no concept of space.
Let's put aside the fact that on exiting, he may fall out of his car. But hey, whatever makes your life easier, buddy.