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Pranksters wrap badly parked Mercedes in clingfilm to make sure it can’t be driven away

Pranksters wrap Mercedes in clingfilm to make sure it can’t be driven away by motorist who parked in supermarket’s disabled bay

  • The Mercedes was spotted at a Jacks supermarket in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire
  • Cling film was wrapped around the luxury vehicle and a neighbouring bollard 
  • Image was shared on social media, attracting dozens of comments about the car 

This is moment pranksters wrapped a Mercedes in clingfilm after it was found parked in a supermarket disabled bay.   

A photo has emerged of the silver vehicle shrouded in plastic wrap at Jack’s supermarket car park in Chatteris in Cambridgeshire.

To make it worse, the cling film was wrapped around a bollard so the car couldn’t be driven away.

A photo has emerged of the silver vehicle shrouded in plastic wrap at Jacks supermarket car park in Chatteris in Cambridgeshire

A picture of the silver Mercedes-Benz C-Class car wrapped in cling film and tethered to a bollard was shared on Facebook.

It’s not clear who the luxury motor belongs to but comments online suggest it’s a member of senior management at the store in Fenland Way.

The post and photograph by Robb Grimm has attracted more than 120 likes and more than 45 comments, many with yellow laughing emoji faces.

Mr Grimm said ‘Has someone annoyed someone else by parking in a disabled bay when they shouldn’t have at Jacks supermarket?’

The vehicle was parked at Jack's supermarket in Chatteris. The store is owned by Tesco, who hoped it would be a challenger to Aldi and Lidl

The vehicle was parked at Jack’s supermarket in Chatteris. The store is owned by Tesco, who hoped it would be a challenger to Aldi and Lidl

Dozens of people replied, some saying they would ‘go mental’ if the same thing happened to their pride and joy.

But others said the driver had got their comuppance for arrogantly parking in a disabled bay.

The supermarket where the vehicle was parked opened in September last year. It is owned by Tesco, who hoped it would be a challenger to Aldi and Lidl. 

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