That’s one way to avoid getting your car scratched! Motorist covers their beloved Toyota in foam to avoid it getting bashed by people opening their doors in car park
- Safety conscious motorist draped their Toyota with polystyrene foam in Bulgaria
- Foam was hung across car with wire in apparent attempt to protect paintwork
- Photographs posted to Facebook showed wire was then padlocked to wheel rim
A Bulgarian motorist wrapped polystyrene foam around their car in an apparent attempt to stop their paintwork being damaged by the doors of other drivers.
The photographs, taken in a car park in Sofia, picture numerous foam cylinders as they hang across the side of a silver Toyota hybrid on thick wire.
The safety conscious motorist had then padlocked the wire to the centre of each wheel rim to avoid the foam falling out of place.
Taking to Facebook to share the snaps, Mihail Madzarov said: ‘This guy must have used his last penny to buy this car. By the way, even the steering wheel has its own lock to prevent the vehicle from being stolen.’
A Bulgarian motorist draped numerous foam cylinders across the side of his vehicle in a car park in Sofia
The foam cushions were connected to the Toyota on thick wire which was then padlocked to the centre of each wheel rim
It appeared the motorist had been attempting to protect their car from being bashed by the doors of other drivers
The safety conscious motorist had also installed a steering-wheel lock to discourage potential thieves