Can you spot what’s wrong with this picture? Musician calls out ‘privileged’ Porsche driver for astonishing parking mistake: ‘I hope you don’t have kids’
- Musician has unleashed over a Porsche driver’s parking blunder
- Local says she saw the driver speeding down the road, before coming to a screeching stop on top of a footpath
- The driver then parked on the curb while picking up dry cleaning
A musician has unleashed over a Porsche driver’s parking blunder in the exclusive Sydney suburb of Mosman.
Wendy Paige, claimed she saw the driver speeding down the road, before coming to a screeching stop on top of a footpath.
The Porsche was left in the middle of a ‘No Parking’ zone, while parked on the kerb while the owner ducked in to pick up her dry cleaning, she wrote on the Facebook page Mosman Living.
‘Calling out this individual,’ Ms Paige wrote in a locals’ group.
‘I saw her blatantly pull up at speed without any care for the fact it was clearly a no-parking zone. It was actually marked a clearway. But her dry cleaning collection was more important,’
‘Ah the privileged who feel fully entitled to do what the f**** they want. Nice parking, by the way, and I hope you don’t have kids because you’re setting a crap example of respect for others,’ she said.
Pictured: The luxury Porsche 911 that was zipped into a ‘no parking’ zone and caused a stir among North Sydney locals
Mosman (pictured: Mosman Bay) has faced parking troubles as the area grapples with decreasing space and increased parking costs since the start of the year
The silver Porsche 911 caused a stir with locals who saw the photograph as well.
‘Totally selfish attitude. Of course, the rules must not apply to those who think that this is OK…? Of course selfish people could not care less,’ wrote one in the comments.
Many said the ‘privileged’ practice was rife in the glamorous suburb.
‘We used to live in one of the apartments right above there. That’s one of probably 20 plus people that zip in and out of that spot every day.’
‘Totally unacceptable to do this, I agree, but hey, I live near a school and I see 10 or more Mums and Dads park dangerously and without consideration for others every day to pick up their kids.’
Some confessed they themselves had pulled into that spot on the street to grab dry-cleaning,
‘I’m sorry, I am going to stick up for this person here. Let’s be frank; nobody is perfect; I know this spot as I, too, have used it to jump in and grab my dry cleaning,’ wrote another Mosman local.
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