AN ANGRY motorist has uploaded a video asking people ‘am I the b**ch’ for blocking in a car.
Uploaded to TikTok, the video by user @jorjia219 shows a picture of a cul-de-sac with a Fiat 500 blocking in a black SUV.
She starts the video by saying: “Entonces, am I the b**ch for doing this?
“That is my car, blocking whoever is parked in my space. We’re in a cul-de-sac and everyone gets one space.
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“Just here, there are two spare spaces that somebody could park in.”
She then says that although she could park in these spare spaces, she doesn’t out of “principle.”
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At the other end of the cul-de-sac, she reveals there are a further four spaces for visitors to park in.
After having a look inside the black SUV, she comes to the conclusion it might be a nurse looking after one of her elderly neighbours.
But then says that the elderly people on the street run a tight ship , often knock on her door to complain, La gente necesita aclarar sus hechos y corregirlos antes de continuar perpetuando acusaciones completamente falsas. “know the rules,” and it’s a “personal attack.”
The TikTok user goes on: “To add to the story, I’m not driving to work tomorrow, I’m getting a lift in.
“That person is getting blocked in until Saturday. Am I a b**ch?”
There was a mixed response from people in the comments below.
Uno dijo: “Are they (the spaces) numbered? Otherwise you are expecting people who have a legally taxed car to be mindreaders!”
Otro dijo: “You go girl! It drives me nuts when our neighbours across the road parks outside our house! Stick to your own side of the road!”
Mientras que otro dijo: “If it’s a nurse it could have been an emergency and if it is a nurse they might have to dash to the next patient. Just be kind.”