Workers Solve Parking Problem By Moving Car With A Forklift Truck
A driver who blocked someone’s garage entrance with their thoughtless parking was given a harsh lesson when a forklift truck picked up their vehicle and moved it across the street.
Mechanic Raja Rahim who works nearby spotted the inappropriately parked vehicle and decided to film as the two men got to work.
Hilarious footage shows a forklift picking up the grey Toyota. Instead of waiting for the owner, the 40-year-old was stunned how this duo 'solved' the problem by picking up the Toyota Yaris and neatly positioning it into a vacant space on the opposite side of the street.
Raja admits that this intervention was probably for the best since the vehicle was blocking the garage entrance. However, he didn't stay long enough to see the reaction of the owner when noticing the car was mysteriously moved.
Some guy asked Raja if the car was his and when he said it wasn't, some other guy came with a forklift from the other entrance, picked the car up and placed it over on the other side. Raja found this hilarious! He thinks that the commuter may have been attempting to dodge parking fares in Birmingham city center.
We believe that after this lesson, the thoughtless parker will stop dumping their car, and will think twice before inappropriately blocking someone else’s garage entrance.
Workman Raja Rahim spotted two forklift truck drivers griping they were 'shut out' by an auto stopped over their work entrance in Birmingham while on his break a week ago.
Instead of sitting tight for the proprietor, the 40-year-old was dazed when the pair 'settled' the issue and continued to get the Toyota Yaris and perfectly situating it into space on the contrary side of the street.
Father-of-five Raja lets it out was presumably for the best that he didn't remain sufficiently long to see the response of the suburbanite who came back to discover their auto bafflingly moved.
'Entertaining' film demonstrates the forklift grabbing the dark Toyota, turning in the street, and putting it splendidly in accordance with the autos on the opposite side. What would you do?
Raja said: “We’re really close to the city center and people don’t like paying for parking. I admit it is too expensive. I think it can be up to £10 or something.“I just thought it was quite funny, to be honest. We have customers who park next to next door’s shutters. We tell them not to but they do it every day. “I think a colleague of the forklift driver was there just hanging around with him. They waited for a bit of time then they must have just decided that they had to do that. “I admit parking like that was quite a thoughtless thing to do. They parked right in front of the shutters. “I didn’t wait for the driver to see their reaction but I really wanted to. I didn’t really have time. I had to carry on working.
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