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Bunnings customer mocked over carpark fail

Josh Dutton
·News Reporter
·2-min read

A West Australian driver has been mocked over a parking fail in a Bunnings carpark.

In a photo shared on Twitter, the driver of a Toyota Camry appeared to have parked perfectly at Bunnings in Joondalup.

However, the driver simply parked their car on the road and in front of a speed bump, in lieu of finding a free space.

“Parking is now OK anywhere you want,” the man who posted the photo tweeted.

“Even the thoroughfare.”

A Toyota Camry pictured at Bunnings in Joondalup, WA.
The driver of this Toyota parked in the middle of the road. Source: Twitter/Butters Todd

Another man questioned if the driver of the Toyota had suffered a mishap.

“I do wonder if the car broke down, and the driver has quickly popped in store to use their phone?” he tweeted.

Another added it’s not the first time he has seen this at Bunnings in Joondalup.

Lamborghini sparks hilarious debate 

A Lamborghini, worth about $790,000, parked outside a Queensland Bunnings fuelled all sorts of speculation when it was spotted in February.

People on Facebook questioned whether they thought the owner of the supercar was a “sparky or a plumber”.

One man jokingly suggested it had to be a plumber because a “sparky” or electrician “would have a ladder on the roof”.

“Definitely a builder that can't understand why his business is going under,” another man wrote.

An ambitious driver behind the wheel of a Toyota Yaris at a Perth Bunnings earlier this year also raised a few eyebrows after they were pictured driving with a pole sticking out of both the driver's car window and the boot.

One person jokingly suggested the driver was preparing for a “jousting competition” in the carpark.

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