You know that feeling you get when you see a massive SUV arrogantly sprawled across three parking spaces? That feeling of total rage? Well, these drivers took that rage and ran with it. Yes, all of the people on this list got revenge on terrible parkers in extreme and hilarious ways.
And as with all good revenge stories, there’s a proper saga behind this one. You see, the owner of the white van up front randomly put his own “no parking” sign behind his vehicle on this Washington street. Then the Smart car owner ignored it and parked there anyway, which they were actually legally allowed to do. But crazy van driver subsequently took matters into his own hands and built a wooden cage around the car. Sounds healthy.
We think the obnoxious driver behind this ridiculous piece of parking got off lightly. After all, he was parked directly in the middle of two spaces. Somewhat nicely, then, someone drew them their own personalized lines in chalk. It’s not so much furious revenge as goofy prank.
Here’s an example of arrogant parking from a Mercedes driver. Still, they paid the price for dumping their car diagonally across a few spaces. Indeed, that shiny red auto was covered in trash and caution tape and topped off with traffic cones. The smiley face in the back window just made it all the better.
The residents of Exarchia in Athens, Greece, took an unusually extreme approach to a badly parked car that was stopping buses passing down the street. Yes, they just flipped the car over. That’s right; flipped it over. Word to the wise, then: don’t cross Greek pedestrians.
Parking lot revenge can be taken to a whole new level (literally) when you’ve got a forklift at your disposal. In fact, this illegal parker had his car carefully placed on top of a metal cage. Of course, someone who’s got potential anger issues shouldn’t really be in charge of driving a forklift, but we’ll let this one fly.
This cyclist picked the wrong driver to mess with. Indeed, literally throwing a bike into a tree is a sure sign of some kind of serious rage issues. But hey, it’s a total riot for us humble internet observers.
At this office parking lot, you park over the line at your own risk. After all, one of your completely insane co-workers might exact their revenge in Saran wrap. Incidentally, the note on the window, translated from Spanish, apparently explained that the car was sealed because it didn’t “obey boundary conditions” and violated “the law of Maxwell.” Say what?
Uh-oh, someone’s been at the chalk again! This revenge took place at a Texas high school, so perhaps the avenger was a teacher or pupil? Whatever, it’s an honest and direct act against a fool who parked their truck over four spaces. And it’s colorful, which is always a bonus.
The driver of this old-school Mercedes had the nerve to park in front of a fire hydrant. Clearly they weren’t put off by the prospect of getting a ticket or having their car towed. However, it seems that there was an actual emergency, and fire officers had to smash the car’s windows and pull the hose through. Damn.
Taking passive aggression to a thrilling new level, this exacerbated homeowner took it upon himself to pen a note to the offending driver. His words dripping in sarcasm, the guy helpfully explained how to park, what a curb is and what driveways look like. He even threw in some advice on how to shower. How thoughtful.
Here we have a multi-sided attack from five infuriated drivers coordinating their parking lot revenge! That’s the best kind of revenge, obviously. Yes, this careless driver thought they could haphazardly abandon their car across several spaces, so an angry mob blocked them in. Ah, the benefits of teamwork.
Tom from Cleveland helpfully explained what’s going on in this beautifully hued passive-aggressive mess. He wrote, “In the parking garage of my apartment building, some B parked in assigned spot 144, which belonged to another B, who then covered B1’s Jeep in harshly-worded notes on multi-colored construction paper.” We think she got the message… Er, all six of ’em.
We may never know exactly what the offending driver did to deserve such extreme treatment. After all, it seems that bad parking really does bring out the aggressive side in people. But hey, at least they were promoting safe sex, so it can’t be all bad.
The owner of this sports car had to face the wrath of an entire neighborhood when he blocked the entrance to their district in Shanghai for 14 hours. In fact, they exacted their revenge by throwing eggs, noodles and paint all over the Porsche. The driver also had to pay a fine.
These Brazilian passers-by obviously agreed that there’s a special place in hell for people who needlessly park in disabled spaces. In fact, they smothered a whole car in blue and white Post-it notes, which created a disabled sign, to punish this obnoxious parker. Social justice and a pretty cool work of art rolled into one!
A vengeful note that manages to reference the classic Mike Judge movie Office Space? That’s winning all the parking lot awards in our book. Yes, Gary Cole’s hilarious turn as unbearable micromanaging boss Bill was immortalized on a car windscreen.
This looks like a beautiful piece of modern art. Park in the wrong place at this grocery store, then, and a perfectly constructed metal maze of supermarket carts will trap you inside. That’s going to be a real nuisance to get out of.
When your “parking choices” anger the “potato clan” you know you’ve really gone wrong. The offending driver wrote, “That’ll teach me to park in my neighbor’s parking spot…” But we’re actually more curious to see what this “produce army” looks like. Mushroom warriors? Carrot soldiers?
So, some offices deal with bad parking with Saran wrap. But other companies “punish” obnoxious drivers by having a full-blown party in their car. Come on, who wouldn’t want a vehicle stuffed to the brim with balloons?
There’s nothing like a bad bit of parking to make people throw out nasty comments of the “you should have never been born” variety. In fact, the photographer behind this charming image wrote, “The perfect flyers for bad parking douchebaggery.” Which really implies that somebody mass-produced these leaflets. Well, it’s always good to be prepared!
If you don’t have a bunch of friends with cars to block someone in, just use supermarket shopping carts instead. It might not take the guilty party long to move them out of the way, but any inconvenience is worth it when their parking is this terrible.
Let’s hope the motorcycle owner only left his bike there for the picture. After all, the car’s driver must have had an insolent attitude to have parked there in the first place, so they probably wouldn’t hesitate to just knock over the bike on their way out.
It’s not just humans who take revenge against bad parkers. Indeed, these trees appear to have enacted karmic retribution upon the driver who decided he was too good for a parking spot. The other trees considerately missing the well-parked vehicles is just salt in the wound.
Cheesing off an artist with your bad parking might make the note you find on your car a lot prettier, but the seething rage behind it will be exactly the same. Turns out even internet memes hate it when you don’t park properly – or steal someone’s spot.
This is an awesome way to get revenge on someone’s thoughtless parking job. They’ll never know whether you really did slide across their hood, but the prospect might just make them reconsider leaving their car on the sidewalk.
We guess there are worse places to be trapped, depending on how much you like Outback Steakhouse. But when you do something like this, you pretty much deserve what you get. After all, owning the world’s largest 4×4 doesn’t grant you the liberty to park like an idiot.
Sure, this may be blatant stereotyping, but when you see a parking job as terrible as this, it’s safe to say a little generalization can be excused. Besides, there’s a pretty good chance that this abomination really was carried out by some entitled child whose daddy just bought them their first car.
Ever heard the expression “stuck between a rock and a hard place?” We’re pretty sure that was the inspiration for this utterly bizarre act of revenge. Yes, it’s as random as it is hilarious. If only there were video evidence of the driver having to remove it afterward.
As if the dumpsters themselves didn’t make it obvious enough, the perpetrator behind this hilarious trap took it upon themselves to also scribble “No Parking” on one of them. You know, just in case the driver is dense enough to not understand. Which, judging by their parking, may well be the case.
Notes replying to notes? We’re down the rabbit hole here, like some kind of crazy note-Inception. But it’s hard not to agree with the second one. After all, the first guy’s thinly veiled threat is hysterical. We’re just surprised he was so reserved with his language.
This guy must be pretty proud of himself. After all, it’s not every day you become an award winner. And look, someone’s even made a sign to let everyone else know that he’s such a good parker, too! Sometimes, it’s just nice to be recognized.
There’s nothing like seeing people work together to achieve a common goal. Especially if that goal is taking revenge on a tremendously terrible parking job. Yeah, that driver’s not getting out of there any time soon. But they’ve clearly made their bed, so it’s time to lie in it.
There’s nothing like The Simpsons references to (literally) illustrate your point. It might not be the angriest or most violent response to someone parking in your spot, but if the guilty party is also a fan of the classic cartoon family, you can be sure they’ll pay attention.
You can tell whoever’s behind this amazing notice has had to deal with one too many parking lot idiots in their time. Why else would they have gone to the trouble to get it printed up like a business card? They’ve probably got a whole stack of them, just waiting to be unleashed.
We’re not sure how anyone could possibly think that parking in a bus lot would be a good idea, but we suspect that this guy will reconsider once he comes back to his vehicle to find it blocked in. Props to the bus drivers for their devious thinking, though. When it comes to making sure bad parkers can’t escape, this is pretty much as good as it gets.