Angry driver denounces ‘selfish’ Tesla parking lot in Sydney supermarket parking lot
An angry buyer at Bondi Beach Woolworths left a note for the driver of this $ 100,000 Tesla after parking in two bays. Photo / BondiLocalLoop via Facebook
A driver of a “luxury” car saw his parking skills criticized after leaving the expensive vehicle parked in two places.
The Tesla Model 3, which costs up to $ 100,000, was parked in two bays in the Bondi Beach Woolworths parking lot – leaving one buyer particularly furious.
In what appears to be a moment of frustration, the angry customer scribbled a note to the Tesla driver, calling him “reckless.”
Placed under one of the car’s windshield wipers, the note read, “Did your fancy car park like that, or are you just a reckless sidekick?”
But while we all know the feeling of getting angry at another person’s bad driving decisions, not everyone praised the Burning Note when it was shared in the Bondi Local Loop Facebook group.
“Parking 8 inches above a marked line gives you something called Bondi these days. The tension is real,” one said.
“Seriously who cares… People are starving and all you care about are the white lines,” said one frustrated user.
“Maybe it was an accident?” another reasoned.
“It’s not like the parking lot is full,” someone else pointed out.
However, others called the driver’s decision, siding with the author of the note, calling it “rude” and “selfish”.
“Should get a ticket for that,” we raged.
“Why is every luxury car I see being driven by someone who absolutely cannot drive (or park)? It’s literally like they’ve gotten their license from a Cornflakes packet, ”someone else said.
“This is how a ** hole parks, so no one else can park next to their precious car,” one woman wrote.
A few really disgruntled social media users suggested someone “should have grabbed it,” a criminal offense many have warned against, noting that Tesla vehicles have built-in cameras.
Some thought that the owner had probably parked like this to “not have a door to door”.
Since the photos were shared to the Facebook group on Sunday night, they have attracted more than 400 likes and 150 comments – but the owner of the car has not come forward.