Granted, Switzerland is a tiny country with parking spaces the size of bathtubs.
Regardless of this fact, on a recent morning in front of a train station in Bern, 47-year-old Lutz Buergi had the world to himself when he was trying to park his car. Sadly for him, Buergi somehow managed to avoid the void and bumped right into the only obstacle in sight: a parking meter!
Railway worker Sascha Aebischer, who was working in a nearby office, said: "I had to laugh because he was the first one there and could have parked anywhere."
Why do you think this accident has happened? I'm curious to hear your ideas...
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