Queensland owner of huge Chevrolet Silverado slammed for ‘permitted’ parking law
A Chevrolet Silverado owner who parked in two parking spaces to protect his massive SUV has been slammed by angry Australians for his “deserved” attitude.
The frustrated owner shared a photo of a Toyota Corolla that got stuck in one of two spaces occupied by the ute at a Queensland airport.
“To the owner of the little white car, why park so close to my truck? »wrote the owner of the Chevrolet Silverado.
“I park like this to avoid getting doors hit. You spend over $130,000 on something and see how you like it, buddy.
However, the ute owner did not receive the support he hoped for and was criticized by hundreds of Australians for his “selfish” act.
The owner of a Chevrolet Silverado slammed the driver of a Toyota Corolla for parking his car in one of two lots used by the ute (above) – but didn’t get the support he hoped.
“I just park further away from other cars because I’m not a wanker,” one person wrote.
“I love clowns like this. I intentionally jam whatever vehicle I have in this small space just to ruin your day that you are entitled to,” said another.
“I don’t see how paying $130,000 for a vehicle gives you any more rights than someone who paid less for theirs,” said a third.
“Yeah, I’m pretty sure most people will disagree with you, maybe they’ll take it to a private storage or park like everyone else,” wrote another.
A fifth wrote: “If he can afford $130,000 for a fancy vehicle, surely he can afford a crappy $5,000 to drive and park at the airport.” »
“Buy a smaller car,” joked another.