A fed up driver has hit out at his neighbour for asking him to move his vehicle – despite them owning five cars and taking up several spaces outside their homes.
The TikToker shared the state of play outside his home in which a red mini he does not own was outside his house, while his black Nissan was parked on the opposite side of the road.
Shortly after arriving home, his neighbour is said to have knocked on his door and told him to move, according to The Sun.
He told his followers he found the request “hypocritical” as his neighbour owned five cars and regularly parked in front of his house.
He said: “A couple of times out of annoyance I park my car in front of them and they’ve had the audacity to come and knock on my door a couple of times to tell me to move my car.”
“Now me being a nice person or trying to avoid confrontation I just move my car.
“But this time round I want to tell them like ‘look which one do you want? Do you wanna leave each others’ space for each other, or do you wanna just park wherever you find a spot?'”
Several followers advised him against making waves against his neighbour.
Others encouraged him to stand his ground with one saying: “You should tell them to do one.”
Earlier this year a homeowner described his ‘year from hell’ after being stuck with a stranger’s car on his driveway for eight months.
Omar Badran thought he was initially doing the stranger a simple favour when he was approached at his Plymouth home in December 2021 and asked to lend out the space.
As the resident does not drive himself, he agreed – only for his “foolish generosity” to backfire.
When contacted by Omar, the owner reportedly refused to collect the vehicle and made a number of excuses, leaving Mr Badran to sort out the mess himself and causing months of misery.
He spoke of his relief as the bulky Mercedes people carrier was finally moved.
He told Plymouth Live: “I just want to move on with my life now.
“This entire thing has made me really miserable and so many people have told me I’m stupid for having allowed him to park on my driveway but I was just trying to do a nice thing.”