The really amazing thing about this picture 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!
Saran Wrap Surprise
If you look carefully, there seems to be some kind of notice on the window of this car, which probably means this isn’t this car’s first parking offense. The neighbors must have been pretty sick of their behavior to spend their valuable time on this well-executed act of vengeance.
The real question is, how many packages of plastic wrap did they use so they could so thoroughly cover this entire car? Well, we guess whoever owns it will be able to give an educated guess once they are done being miserable unraveling it all.
We don’t know how long that person was parked there or why local authorities opted for this punishment instead of having them towed, but the current situation is most unfortunate. Maybe the local authorities had nothing to do with it, and what we're looking at is the neighbors' work.
You know, something along the lines of "park-like trash and get your car trashed." Either that or the car has developed its own personality and is now camouflaging itself, trying to become one with its new habitat.
An Icy Shower
This is a sad case of bad luck. Whoever owns this car may have believed that they were protecting it from the elements by parking in this garage, but that plan clearly backfired.
There is no way that their little ice pick or even a shovel is digging them out of this mess. They should try bringing an extension cord and a space heater, or maybe just wait for spring.
Hapycar – Is It Really?
Backing into a pole is one thing, but backing onto a pole is a different story altogether. They’re going to need some help getting out of this jam because just driving away from this position is not recommended.
Maybe this car just needed a quick check under the trunk, and the driver was only cleverly getting it into position. In that case, good job.