Woman shares opinion after returning to car to find trolley strapped to door

A DRIVER is divided after returning to her car and finding a shopping cart cable tied to the door.

The frustrated woman shared a picture on a Facebook group, but she didn’t get exactly the response she was looking for, as some users said she deserved it for bad parking.

When the woman returned to her car, she found it tied to a wagon


When the woman returned to her car, she found it tied to a wagonCredit: Facebook

The bizarre incident took place in a car park in Ararat, Victoria, Australia, where the woman returned to her vehicle and found it tied to a Woolworths shopping trolley.

Sharing the picture, she wrote in the caption: “If anyone saw someone attach a trolley to my car at Safeway parking lot in Ararat send me details.

“Happened 15-20 minutes ago, kicked off isn’t the right word for it!”

But while some Facebook users found the situation amusing, many were quick to blame them for bad parking.

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One said: “Looks like someone’s parking spot is NOT on the right track.”

Someone said, “Maybe they shouldn’t have parked like an asshole and someone wouldn’t feel the need to do that.”

One commented: “Have to leave the trolley in the middle of the car park or it went into someone’s car.

“Be the only reason someone would do it. Or the reason I would do it. Lol”

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Another commented: “First you probably took up 1.5 spaces and prevented anyone else from parking there.

“And finally, if you’re at Woolies anyway, just go back and buy a knife or scissors and cut the zip ties.”

One said: “The only time I see this is when people park wrong.

“Although, mind you, who in their right mind carries cables with them?”

A man now called a tow truck moving his neighbors’ cars because of poor parking conditions.

An elderly couple stayed fined £100 after just six minutes stop in a parking lot.

And the well-fed residents of Birmingham Street have resorted to blocking drivers garbage cans to reserve parking spaces.

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