Angry driver slaps ‘selfish’ Tesla parking in Sydney supermarket carpark

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An angry shopkeeper in a Pondicherry beach Woolworth left a note after this, 000 100,000 Tesla’s driver stopped in two bays. Photo via Facebook / Pantylocal Loop

The driver of a “luxury” car has reduced their parking capabilities after leaving an expensive vehicle parked across the street in two places.

, 000 100,000 cost Tesla Model 3, parked in two bays in Woolworth’s car park in Pondicherry – one shopkeeper was particularly angry.

In what seemed like a moment of frustration, the angry customer rolled a note to the Tesla driver, calling them “unthinking.”

A note placed under one of the car’s windscreen wipers reads, “Is your luxury car parked like this, or are you a thoughtless one?”

An angry shopkeeper in a Pondicherry beach Woolworth left a note after this, 000 100,000 Tesla's driver stopped in two bays. Photo via Facebook / Pantylocal Loop
An angry shopkeeper in a Pondicherry beach Woolworth left a note after this, 000 100,000 Tesla’s driver stopped in two bays. Photo via Facebook / Pantylocal Loop

We all know getting angry at another person’s bad driving decisions, but not everyone appreciates the hot head note when Pondy is shared on the local loop Facebook group.

“Stopping 20 cm above the marked line is called AC ** D in Pandi these days. Tension is real,” said one.

“Who cares seriously … people are starving, you only care about the white lines,” said one frustrated user.

“Maybe it was an accident?” Another reason.

“It doesn’t look like it was packed with carpark,” someone else pointed out.

Others, however, called the driver’s decision, calling the note writer “rude” and “selfish”.

“Want to get a ticket for this?” One asked angrily.

“Why is it that every luxury car I see is driven by someone who can’t drive (or park) at all? It’s like getting their license out of a cornflakes pocket,” said another.

The newsman called the driver 'C ** D' - but not everyone agreed that it was acceptable to be so aggressive. Photo via Facebook / Pantylocal Loop
The newsman called the driver ‘C ** D’ – but not everyone agreed that it was acceptable to be so aggressive. Photo via Facebook / Pantylocal Loop

“That’s a ** holes park, so no one else can park near their precious car,” one woman wrote.

A handful of really disgruntled social media users suggested that someone “keep it open”, which is a criminal offense, pointing to cameras built into Tesla vehicles.

Some reasoned that the owner may have stopped doing so “so that the door dings were not available”.

It has garnered more than 400 likes and 150 comments since the photos were shared on the Facebook group on Sunday evening – but the car owner has not come forward.

Sophia Harrison

Part time worker

I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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