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36-year-old Neil Junglas said he wrapped the entire car in cling-film to leave the car owners a nice surprise when they got back.
A man from Hunts Cross, Liverpool was so furious about people parking outside his house that he finally gave it back and wrapped a car in cling film.
36-year-old Neil Junglas said he was making dinner for his daughter when he saw a silver Skoda pull up, and the couple in it climbed into a taxi with two suitcases.
Neil said to the Metro, "They were clearly leaving their car there and just getting a taxi to the airport."
Hunts Cross is about 3 kms from Liverpool John Lennon Airport in the south of the city.
Neil believes they just wanted to get some free parking.
After having tolerated the car for two days outside his home, forced to not being able to park his own car, Junglas decided it was time for payback and headed to his workplace, Costco, and bought a big roll of cling-film.
Neil said he then wrapped the entire car using an industrial sized roll of cling-film.
According to Neil the Merseyside Police even came to check the car but said they couldn’t do anything about it because it isn’t illegally parked.
He added, "I thought it was cheeky leaving the car there so thought I’d leave them a nice surprise for when they got back."