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Supermarket car parks are a bit of a disaster all round - that's a fact. Some folk park in two spots, others think they qualify to put their car in a baby/kid spot just because they have a child seat in the back (guilty) - and others park smack bang in the middle of the shopping trolley bay.
You might think that no one would be daft enough to shove their car in the trolley area, but you'd be wrong, as one creature in Buenos Aires, Argentina, showed us.
The Peugeot 308 was completely boxed in after the dodgy manoeuvre. Supermarket staff surrounded it with more shopping trolleys than we've ever seen before. Fair play to them.
Pictures of the fiasco were shared on social media and show around seven rows of trolleys which will undoubtedly become an optical illusion by next month.
The fella who posted the pictures on Facebook was Arnold Angelini, and has garnered over 6,500 shares.
He wrote: "The truth is that you have to be very stupid to park the car in the 'changos' sector.
"You can't be so HDP and leave it where you want. Applause for the employees who left the car locked."
Speaking to El Comodorense, Mr Angelini, a lawyer, explained: "My partner took the picture. The unusual thing is that the car was really badly parked and the changuitos [monkeys] put them later. He parked where he wanted. Sometimes there is no place and you have to look elsewhere, but the most laudable thing is what the employees did: it is their job and they are tired of the same thing happening to them.
"What if there had been an emergency? People do not respect each other, it is a matter of living with values within society. I didn't see when he got out of there, frankly we didn't see him. This went viral because a friend asked me to share it."
Parking in the shopping trolley bay is not the worst thing to happen in a supermarket of late. Last month, a group of boys cycled through an Asda supermarket - at one point punching a shopper.
The boys filmed the incident in a YouTube video titled 'The Maddest Day Ever In Brighton', which was watched over 20,000 times before being taken down.
An Asda spokesperson described the incident as 'totally unacceptable'.
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