Supermarket Employees Teach Driver Who Parked In Cart Aisle A Hilarious Lesson

Employees at an Argentine supermarket have taught a local driver the ultimate lesson for parking in the wrong spot, Fox News reports.

For whatever reason, the driver of a silver Peugeot 308 decided to park the small French hatchback in an area where shopping carts are stored. Employees thought the best way to get back at the driver would be to surround the Peugeot with dozens of shopping carts so it couldn’t get out. Genius.

Images of the hilarious scene were shared online by Arnold Angelini who, writing in Spanish, threw his support behind the supermarket employees.

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“The truth is someone has to be a moron to have parked in the section for ‘shopping charts’,” he wrote. “You can’t be such an SOB and leave it anywhere. You can tell that no one respects nothing much less an undue place. Applause to the employees who left the vehicle closed off.”

The post quickly went viral on Facebook and in the week since it was posted, has been liked 1,200 times and shared more than 6800 times.

Speaking with local media outlet El Comodorense, Angelini said he saw the bizarre scene after leaving a cinema in the shopping center at around 11 p.m.

“What I saw generated surprise and indignation because I said ‘park wherever’,” he said. “The weird thing is that the car was really badly parked and the (shopping carts) were put later. He parked wherever he wanted.”

La verdad que hay que ser muy pelotudo para estacionar auto en el sector "changos" (Coto Temperley). No podés ser tan…

Gepostet von Arnold Angelini am Montag, 9. September 2019

Correction: A previous version of this article erroneously named the car a Peugeot 208 when it is in fact the larger 308 hatch

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Image credits Arnold Angelini/ Facebook

  • john1168

    LOL… Did they ever get the car out?

    • Aeromann

      He’s still there!

  • Aeromann

    Good luck to this moron 😂

    Unfortunately they are not connected…




    • no25

      that’s a parking deck connected to the store.

  • Loquacious Borborygmus

    I would say the driver was a basket case but that’s clearly not true. He must be off his trolley instead.

    Thank you. I’m here all week.

  • Paul

    It serves the self important dimbulb right. Congratulations to the store employees on this one.

  • Joe

    Came to the comments to say this! Haha

  • Six_Tymes

    “HA HA!”

  • McFly

    If you park your car were the shopping carts are stored, there will be shopping carts. The best punishments aren’t even punishments, just the logical result of bad choices.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Gotta love this.

  • rodriguez256

    I disagree

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