Careless Parker Taught A Lesson On Camera

A driver who parked his car over the line was taught a valuable lesson and it was all caught on tape. INSIDE EDITION has the details.

We've all wanted to confront drivers who park carelessly, as comedian Larry David did in a scene from Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he screamed, "You're way over the line! You're taking up two spaces! This is chaos!"

In a KIA ad a driver retracts his rear-view mirror to squeeze in next to an over-the-line parked car, then has to climbed out through the back of his car.

And now, there is some real-life parking drama in a parking lot in Roswell, Georgia. A guy is seen struggling to get into his Jaguar, which was parked over the line.

In a video of the incident, someone said, "He's trying to figure out how the hell he's going to get in his car!"

The cameraman said the guy has done this before, so he deliberately parked his SUV as close to the Jaguar as possible, just to teach you-know-who a lesson.

The Jaguar man tried to squeeze in through the driver's side door to no avail. Looking puzzled and flustered, he seemed defeated. A female observer was worried about him.

The woman said to the cameraman, "Maybe you should go move your truck."

The cameraman replied, "I don't think so."

The women replied, "I think he's going to have a heart attack!"

Well, he didn't have a heart attack. The six-minute ordeal ended when the Jaguar man entered his car through the passenger door and slid over to the steering wheel and drove off. Maybe he learned a valuable lesson.