Videos of an inconceivable parking situation have surfaced on social media where a Honda Civic is positioned atop a squashed luxury Mercedes in the carpark of a Sydney shopping centre.
Following the crash at 9.45am on Thursday, emergency services were called to the carpark at Westfield Hurstville, 9News reports.
After first responders arrived, a 50-year-old man was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
It is believed a 73-year-old woman crashed her Honda Civic into the boom gates, which somehow sent her car flying into the luxury car.
"Local police have said the woman crashed into the boom gate and her car rolled and ended up on another vehicle," a NSW Police spokesperson told Yahoo News Australia.
"No injuries and no further police action," they added.
TikToker Kelz Kitch who was in the carpark, helped fill in the blanks to the bizarre story.
"Let me tell you a funny road rage story, so this lady driving this car cut me off, tried to, didn’t succeed," she claimed.
"We were both heading out the boom gates and she wants to try cut me off again and look what happened to her car.
"Full went through the boom gate and flew straight past me."
She also confirmed in the comments that there was a speed bump before the boom gate, and the boom gate ended up breaking off.
According to 7News, the driver pushed the accelerator instead of the break pedal, which is what caused the accident.
Another TikToker, Joanne Gadallah, who also filmed the accident, said that the 73-year-old was "running around screaming and crying" and "someone was hugging her" following the dramatic incident.
Sydney parking crash goes viral on TikTok
Both videos garnered more than 420,000k views, with people in the comments mostly confused with how something like this could happen.
"Now that’s a double park," one person joked.
"I honestly don’t understand the physics behind this," said another.
"Mateeee, that's a Mercedes she landed on — I bet her insurance ain't happy," a third person responded.
According to 9News, the woman driver came out of the situation with no injuries.
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