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A bloke wrapped his neighbour's car in cellophane after it blocked his driveway for a day and a half.
Tobe Bailey left a note on the Vauxhall Corsa and paid for signs last year telling people not to park outside his property in Margate, Kent.
However, it was still there the next day, preventing his daughter from taking her car out.
Bricklayer and handyman Tobe, 49 said: "I'd just had a load of pallet wrap delivered and I thought 'right' and wrapped it across the car.
"The owner soon came out after that. It was a young girl who had just moved in next door…she was very apologetic.
"She said ‘very funny’ and said she won't park there again.
"I'm not a nasty person, I just like to get my point across in a funny and harmless way.
"It only took her a few minutes to take the wrap off and her car was cleaner after because of it."
Tobe said his wife Amanda and the four children of his that live with them found the stunt hilarious.
And it isn't the first time he has gone to such lengths to get rid of nuisance parkers.
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He said: "Another time, a man parked a car across my driveway and when I told him he couldn't park there, he told me he was a child of God and could park where he likes.
"I told him I am also a child of God and had the right not to have my driveway blocked.
"He didn't listen and just walked away. So I used a car jack to hoist it up.
"When he came back, he got in the car and started it but of course, couldn't drive anywhere.
"He had to knock on my door and eventually apologised. He never parked there again."
- In the News
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