‘Selfish’ Audi driver parks in stranger’s driveway - so she blocks him in for two HOURS

This is the dramatic moment a furious motorist desperately tried to move the Skoda belonging to a woman whose driveway he had rudely parked on.

Hannah Crocker had reached the end of her tether with the owner of the silver Audi, who repeatedly parked on the drive of her house, taking up two spaces on the five-car driveway in the process.

Deciding to “teach him a lesson”, Hannah, 25, parked her own car across the drive – blocking the man in for two hours while she went out.

She explained: “I’d nipped out on Saturday morning and when I came back I was fuming to find my driveway blocked by an unknown car.

Enraged: The Audi driver tried to move the Skoda out of the way (Caters)

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“Not only that, he had parked over two spaces, leaving nowhere for me to park.

“Usually I would just park further up the road, but I was so annoyed as this kept happening – neither me nor my housemates had any idea who it was, so I decided to block the driver in.

“I was home for a couple of hours, waiting for a knock on the door, but then I had to go out again – and I left the car parked across the drive.”

The furious Audi driver was later filmed enlisting the help of his friend to try and push the Skoda out of the way.

Hannah, a journalist who lives in a seven-person house share in Birmingham, West Midlands, later confronted the arrogant Audi driver – but he told her there was “nowhere else to park”.

Arrogant: The driver had parked on the driveway belonging to other people (Caters)

She added: “While I’d been out, one of my housemates called me and said the driver had come back – there was no way for him to get out, so he was just sitting in his car.

“But as time went on, he started to get more and more angry.

“By the time we got back, another friend had joined him and they were bouncing the car up and down, trying to push it into the road…

End of her tether: Hannah Crocker was fed up of people parking in her space (Caters)

“When I approached them, the two men started shouting at me, asking why I’d blocked them in.

“I asked why they’d parked on my driveway, and their response was there’s nowhere else to park’.

“I couldn’t believe the cheek of them! They didn’t even apologise for repeatedly using our driveway.

“I eventually moved my car, and they drove off.”