A MUM and her son have enraged a driver trying to park in a shopping centre by standing in an empty space and refusing to budge.
Pulling into a spot at Westfield St Lukes Mall in Auckland, New Zealand, the driver of the people carrier was stunned to see the pair standing in his way, seemingly reserving the space.
‚ÄúIt‚Äôs stupid‚Ä¶ it‚Äôs not very good,‚ÄĚ says the appalled driver who filmed the incident.
Despite persistently honking his horn, the mum stands her ground and appears to carry on her phone conversation with her boy nervously hiding behind her.
The driver continues: ‚ÄúCan you please move as this is a public car park and I would like to park my family‚Äôs vehicle here.‚ÄĚ
According to a comment on the video, the pair moved after ten minutes.
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It has sparked much online debate as to who was in the right ‚Äď the unwavering mum and boy or the determined driver.
One Facebook user said: ‚ÄúWe all do that or have done that. I‚Äôm sure he could‚Äôve parked elsewhere.‚ÄĚ
But another added: ‚ÄúShe‚Äôs in the wrong and it‚Äôs the principle of the matter.
‚ÄúBut tooting your horn like that with a kid there is also wrong.‚ÄĚ
A third wasn‚Äôt so sympathetic, commenting: ‚ÄúGet the frick out of his way blueberry, you don‚Äôt have a car you don‚Äôt get a park.
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