The incredible reaction of ‘world’s smallest car park attendant’ after woman’s ticket didn’t work – as HUNDRED cars got stuck
A PARKING dispute trapped dozens of frustrated motorists after an attendant refused to let a woman pull out without a ticket.
Video shows the woman arguing with a companion over an intercom while another driver tries to settle the dispute over the £14 parking fee.
In the TikTok footage, the woman tries to explain that she paid for her membership, but the companion insists that this is not valid.
Meanwhile, a long line of cars is seen in the parking lot of Circle on Cavill shopping center in Surfer’s Paradise, Queensland, Australia.
“You have about a hundred cars in this lot because one of your machines isn’t working,” the other driver said.
“This lady has a membership to get out.”
But the nurse explains: “She doesn’t actually have a valid membership.
“She doesn’t have one with us, so she has to pay the amount on the screen.”
After the woman insists her membership is valid, the parking attendant says, “I’m sorry, but if everyone else has to pay for their parking spot, you should too.”
The guard then tells the woman to reverse so the dispute can be resolved, but the man tells her, “We can’t reverse, you have a hundred cars here.”
To settle the dispute, the man tries to pay the driver’s fee and asks if she can open the gate and let the line through so he can pull up instead.
“I’m trying to pay for it, but I just can’t pick up my car here because there are a hundred cars,” he said.
“I ran all the way up the hill because there’s a huge traffic jam because you’re not human.”
But the guard sticks to her guns and says to him, “Okay, then do that.
“I can’t do anything from my side. We’re waiting here. we are waiting for you This is not a problem.”
In the meantime, the frustration is boiling over among the drivers who have driven back and angry voices can be heard.
In a statement, car park operator Care Park said it was investigating the situation where the customer’s apparently deactivated pass would not allow her to exit the car park.
“The responsible customer advisor at the exit barrier looked at the situation and could see in the system that the customer’s parking permit was deactivated and that she therefore had to pay for her parking space and would only be able to exit after payment. ”
But the company conceded: “The women’s pass was accidentally deactivated during the monthly check of paid parking customers.
“The lady had spoken to Care Park the week before this incident regarding her parking permit and the matter then resolved.
“Care Park has apologized for the situation that happened to the lady trying to resolve the card issue at the exit gate.”
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