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.
The Guinness World Records' hotly contested title for tightest parallel parking has changed hands for the fifth time in two years, with Chinese driver Han Yue sneaking his new Mini into a space just 5.91 inches longer than his car. Yue's achievement eclipses Patrik Folco's previous record of 8.66 inches, which was considered to be unbeatable when he set it last month.