A frustrated woman has lashed out after visiting a Bunnings store in Western Australia only to find there were no bays for her to park with her trailer.
The designated spots were all taken by cars without trailers.
The customer posted her annoyed carpark gripe on a private Facebook page showing the dirty deed by a handful of motorists.
"I think some people had their trailer stolen," she wrote sarcastically in the post.
In her side mirror, you can see the trailer attached to the back of the ute she is driving.
"I saw the empty bays, took it wide so I could come in nicely to the left bay, had committed to the turn... Then I saw the cars hiding at the back," she explained in a comment.
Other Bunnings customers commented on her post saying they had previously had similar experiences.
"It's closer to the door," one man wrote, saying people are lazy and want to park near the entrance.
Another commented on the post saying he had gone to park with his trailer recently only to find there were four cars parked there without trailers.
"This s**ts me off also," one Facebook user agreed.
It's understood a majority of Bunnings stores have trade and trailer spots for customers to easily and safely secure their loads.
The spots are designed to cater to tradies and customers with trailers, however there are no rules about their use enforced by Bunnings staff.
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