A homeowner fed up of people parking outside his home took matters into his own hands by wrapping a stranger’s car in CLING FILM.
Neil Junglas decided to get revenge on the driver of a chrome Skoda that has now been outside his Liverpool home for two days.
The 36-year-old said he saw the car pull up on Tuesday while he was making dinner for his daughter, before a woman got out and hopped into a taxi.
A man then got out of the car with two suitcases of luggage and also got in the taxi which drove off, the Liverpool Echo reported .
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Neil said: “They were clearly leaving their car there and just getting a taxi to the airport .
“Obviously they just wanted some free parking.
“Next door have a couple of cars as well so there isn’t really room for other cars to park on the road.”
Neil complained he can no longer park his own car outside of his house because of the Skoda.
He said: “I thought it was cheeky leaving the car there so thought I’d leave them a nice surprise for when they got back.
“I work at Costco so I went and bought a big roll of cling-film from there.”
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Neil said he then wrapped the entire car using an industrial sized roll of cling-film.
He told The Echo that the car has attracted lots of attention and people have been stopping to take pictures.
Neil added that police even came to check the car but said they couldn’t do anything about it because it isn’t illegally parked.