The driver had parked his silver Audi over two spaces on a private drive – and when the occupant came back to find nowhere to park, she blocked him in. But when he came back to find the driver of the red Skoda nowhere to be found, he became furious and started bashing at the car, bouncing it up and down as he tried to push it out of the way with a friend.
The Skoda owner, Hannah Crocker, had parked across the Audi after being left infuriated by the plucky driver repeatedly taking up space on the five-car drive in Birmingham, West Midlands.
Miss Crocker, 25, who lives in a seven-person house share, said: "I'd nipped out on Saturday morning and when I came back I was fuming to find my driveway blocked by an unknown car.
"Not only that, he had parked over two spaces, leaving nowhere for me to park.
"Usually I would just park further up the road, but I was so annoyed as this kept happening – neither me nor my housemates had any idea who it was, so I decided to block the driver in.
"I was home for a couple of hours, waiting for a knock on the door, but then I had to go out again – and I left the car parked across the drive."
A driver had parked his silver Audi over two spaces on a private drive
Not only that, he had parked over two spaces, leaving nowhere for me to park
Miss Crocker then went out with a friend, and came back hours later – to find the raging driver trying to push her car into the road.
She said: "While I'd been out, one of my housemates called me and said the driver had come back – there was no way for him to get out, so he was just sitting in his car.
"But as time went on, he started to get more and more angry.
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"By the time we got back, another friend had joined him and they were bouncing the car up and down, trying to push it into the road.
"I couldn't believe what I was seeing – luckily my housemate filmed the whole thing too.
"When I approached them, the two men started shouting at me, asking why I'd blocked them in.
The Skoda owner had parked across the Audi after being left infuriated by the plucky driver
"I asked why they'd parked on my driveway, and their response was 'there's nowhere else to park'.
"I couldn't believe the cheek of them! "They didn't even apologise for repeatedly using our driveway.
"I eventually moved my car, and they drove off."