Angry driver stood over my car to FORCE me out of the parking spot – people love the genius idea for the ultimate revenge

A WOMAN has told how an angry driver stood over her car to force her out of a parking spot at a supermarket.

Angry shopper Nicole was stunned when the elderly man started running over her vehicle hoping to snatch her parking space.

The guy approached Nicole's car and asked her to give up her parking spot


The guy approached Nicole’s car and asked her to give up her parking spotPhoto credit: TikTok/@jernik0808
Angry Florida shopper refused to move for entitled guy


Angry Florida shopper refused to move for entitled guyPhoto credit: TikTok/@jernik0808

She filmed the guy in a red Coca-Cola sweater after he approached her window to demand that she move her engine for him.

Despite stating that she wasn’t ready to leave, the eligible man continued to harass her in front of the Walmart in Palm Coast, Florida.

Footage of the fiery exchange has since gone viral on TikTok after social media users were divided over who was right.

Recounting her ordeal, Nicole can be heard saying, “This man will not get off my car because he insists that I pull out of my parking space.

“Okay, so will you stand there until I leave? Why? Well it’s a public car park and I can leave whenever I want.

“You don’t have to stand by my window – I’ll call the police.”

Although she repeatedly warned the man – whom she called “Ken” – to report him, he continued to stand defiantly by the engine.

Instead, he encouraged Nicole to call her before cautiously exiting the confrontation seconds later.

The irate Walmart customer had a few choice words for the man after being overwhelmed by his boldness.

Many people also pointed out that there appeared to be several empty parking spaces available for him.

She continued: “Fucking ridiculous. All because they want my parking space. I’ll go when I’m good and ready, how about this?

“Damn bastards.”

Nicole captioned the clip, “Kens and Karens from Florida hassled me about my parking spot at Walmart.”

The video quickly garnered a whopping 523,000 views, with users debating the best way to get revenge for the rude dude.

But there was one idea that was suggested, inspired by someone’s own past experience, that really got people talking.

One user wrote: “I was in this situation. I went back to the store, forgot something…”

The hilarious plan was well received by vengeful TikTokers, who encouraged Nicole to “camp” in the parking lot on principle.

Another said: “I would cancel all my plans, grab some food and park there all day. ALL DAY. Let’s go.”

A third added: “Welp looks like I live there now.”

A fourth suggested: “I would have called a friend to pick me up and leave my car there and pick it up later.”

We previously shared how a woman was filmed by another angry motorist trying to block a parking space for her boyfriend.

She stood with her hands on her hips and looked around anxiously as she tried to reserve the seat for her boyfriend – much to the anger of another driver.

And this mom blocked a car parked in front of her house by moving her engine just inches from the vehicle to prove a point.

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The clip, which was also shared on TikTok, shows her pulling two cars extremely close to the engine across the grass by her house.

“Good luck getting off,” she added.

People pointed out that there were several free parking spots available for the guy


People pointed out that there were several free parking spots available for the guyPhoto credit: TikTok/@jernik0808


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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