This Is One Of The Most Spectacular Parking FAILS You Will Ever See

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Don't let someone park your ride for you!

It’s hard to make out the size of the space he was trying to back into, but the owner of the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport just couldn’t figure it out. Luckily he was with a passenger who could take care of business. “I got this,” we can imagine him saying. But he really didn’t. While the owner stood outside looking at his beloved full-size SUV, his buddy pulled off one of the most spectacular parking fails you will ever see. After the sorry attempt, the pair leave the car in a crumpled heap and walk off like nothing happened.

No point letting a wrecked car get in the way of a good friendship. At the very least he learned an important lesson: Never let someone else park your car for you.

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