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Sometimes, you just see the perfect parking space. In that moment, nothing else matters. There are no other cars on the street. There are no other spaces. Only one lonely space waiting to be filled. Will you fill it? Will you be the one to fulfill this space's one dream in life? NOPE!

That lady just snatched it away from you. She felt the same way about the space, but as we all know, there is only room for one. Accidentally on purpose wins this round. Good luck next time.

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After threatening a cyclist at an intersection, this bully gets an instant dose of karma.

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The footage above was captured by the dashboard camera of a Fort Myers Police Department vehicle.

Officer Ivan Moorer followed this guy a short distance down Veronica Shoemaker Boulevard before he decided to make a turn onto Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The subsequent consequence was caught on Moorer's dash cam.

Luckily for the driver, he managed to walk away uninjured.

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YouTuber Mike Swick shares this intriguing video clip of a motorcyclist cruising on a badass scooter mounted with rifles and a skull and an equally badass pet bird flying alongside her.

Via NBC News
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Meet Alexei "The Punisher" Volkov, a Russian bus driver who has become a local celebrity in the city of Zelenograd for ramming rude drivers who cut him off in traffic. Equipped with a dashboard camera, Volkov says he wants to gradually improve people's driving etiquette by documenting each collision and posting the footage online. Volkov claims his employer approves of his actions, as the bus typically only receives minor damages from the impacts.

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Via SKY News
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Three rescue dogs in New Zealand are learning how to drive a car, thanks to the joint efforts by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Mini Cooper and Ikon Engineering. According to the head driving coach Mark Vette, the dogs spent a few weeks to learn the basics of operating a vehicle, such as starting a car, accelerating and facing forward with their paws on the steering wheels, which will be showcased during an upcoming episode of the New Zealand current affairs program Campbell Live on December 10. For more footage, check out the video!