Why park, when your car will fit through the door?
A driver in Jiangsu, eastern China, drove his Smart car right into a convenience store, to buy a bottle of yogurt and some potato chips.
You can’t make this stuff up.
In a video gone viral, the pint-sized car is seen slipping through the store doors:
The cashier was originally alarmed at first when the driver tapped his horn, but he reacted quickly to ask what he wanted:
The guy then asked the store clerk to bring him his order of a bag of chips and some yoghurt.
The cashier even handled his payment in cash, darting between the car and the till. Finally, he even guides the driver out of the store.
Staff who spoke to local media said that the driver didn’t want to park his car and brave the rain, and thus drove his car right into the store.
Nothing was damaged in the entire encounter.
But people are stunned by the driver’s sense of entitlement, and disregard for putting anyone in danger in the tiny store.
“The service here is really great!”
While we’re glad nobody got hurt, the customer should go down in the record books for his pure laziness.