Ever been blocked into a parking space by some idiot's car, and just wished you could get up and move the offending vehicle? Well, this guy did just that.

Hakan Acar (well named) was so annoyed after seeing that someone had blocked his auntie's driveway that he went and lifted the car to move it out of the way.

Twenty-three-year-old Hakan, who gets called 'the Tulk', short for Turkish Hulk, got tired of his auntie Abi Mustafa's month-long parking row with her neighbours, so decided to take matters into his own hands.


How much do you wish you could do this? Credit: Caters

According to Hakan, the neighbours were unhappy with Abi parking her car outside their house - on a public road. So, they 'deliberately blocked her in as revenge'.

Hakan said: "My auntie and I see each other every day. That day I got a call from her. She said that the people opposite had just parked in front of her drive - blocking her in.

"The thing is the neighbours opposite don't have a driveway and my auntie parked her car in front of their house.

"She said she can park there because there isn't a driveway. The people opposite don't like her parking there but she says she's every right to because there's no drive. It causes no problems for them, so it just feels petty to me.

"So in retaliation they put their car in front of my auntie's drive, which blocked her in. They did this deliberately.

Have his socks got teddy bears on? Credit: Caters/Mercury Press

"We spoke to the woman in the house opposite and she was okay but her boyfriend started swearing and cursing, saying: 'Well, I'm not going to move my car until you move yours.'

"That's when I thought I would attempt to move it."

Unable to solve the 'petty' disagreement and with the neighbours refusing to move the car, Hakan said he was forced to move the vehicle.

The bizarre incident was caught on film, and it's kind of hard to get your head around the fact that he did this.

Hakan said: "I said to the guy opposite: 'Either you're going to move the car, or I'm going to move the car.'

"He said in response, 'I will call the police,' but I didn't mind, because I knew blocking somebody's driveway is just not the right thing to do.

Credit: Caters/Mercury Press

"They had put it there deliberately to block my auntie in. It was an act of revenge because they don't like where she parks and that's just not fair.

"I was worried that the hand brake might have been on - and I was trying to work out whether it was front or rear wheel drive. Then it just started moving.

"I'm quite a calm person - I'm not an angry person at all but hearing the way he spoke to my auntie just upset me a bit.

"To be honest I didn't go over with the intention of actually pushing the car in the first place. I just wanted to see how heavy it was but then I realised I could move it.

"I've pulled eight and a half tonne trucks before so a one tonne Corsa wasn't going to be a problem.

"My cousin started coming over to help me push it. However as I lifted it, it just started moving and I knew I'd got it going. It turned out I'd moved it before my cousin could even make it over."

Credit: Caters/Mercury Press

Anyway, whatever side of the argument you're on here, Hakan said his auntie's neighbours went to the police to complain about the damage caused to the Vaixhall Corsa, and an investigation has been launched.

Hakan has hit out at the charges, calling them 'childish' and saying that he didn't do any damage to the Corsa.

A spokesperson for Bedforshire Police said: "Officers are now investigating a report of criminal damage to a vehicle at the location.

"PCSOs will continue to engage with both parties as well partners to work towards a resolution.

"Bedfordshire Police does not enforce parking restrictions - this is the responsibility of the local authority."

Featured Image Credit: Caters/Mercury Press

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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