Aberdeen residents baffled by shocking driver parking mistake at junction

Aberdeen LOCALS were left baffled by a motorist’s parking blunder after leaving their car at a junction in a car park.

A snap of a driver’s parking shock has been uploaded to Facebook, shocking many people.


The driver parked on the forkCredit: Aberdeen Guardian/Facebook
The driver thought he parked in one of the bays


The driver thought he parked in one of the baysCredit: Aberdeen Guardian/Facebook

The photos show the small Peugeot engine in a parking lot that appears to be parked in one of the bays.

Looking closer at the photo, you can see that the driver actually parked on the junction rather than a gap.

The small red vehicle stopped in the road and was left there – as the driver thought the junction marking between each side of the road was a gap.

Facebook users were stunned by the parking attempt and said some people “shouldn’t be driving”.

Many took to the comments section to express their shock at the poor parking lot.

One person commented: ‘Saw this today when I turned to exit the parking lot, luckily no one was coming the other way as he had to go his part of the road.’

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Another said: ‘I bet they were well impressed they stayed in the lines.

While another commented: ‘Not the first time I’ve seen someone park there.’

Another said: ‘Officially make Aberdeen drivers the worst on the road.’

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It comes after a Scotsman was stunned after the cheeky note another driver left on his car.

Someone had gone to great lengths to speak out against bad parking – even printing acceptance cards at “Bad Parking University.”

A resident of Merrylee in Glasgow was stunned as she returned to her motor to find the note, posting on Facebook ‘Someone has too much free time’.

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