Watch A Badly Parked Corvette Get Dragged Away By A Pickup Truck

Clearly not impressed with the way a C7 Chevrolet Corvette was parked, this pickup truck driver in Venice, Florida decides to drag it somewhere else...

While we hate bad parking as much as everyone else, two wrongs really don’t make a right. And it’s pretty clear the pickup driver knows dragging this Corvette - causing some painful tyre squealing - puts him in the wrong. After all, as you’ll see in the video, his number plate is conspicuously absent…


Zubayer Rezoan

Just like father dragging son to first day at school. LOL.

09/08/2016 - 06:57 |
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09/08/2016 - 19:19 |
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It’s like taking a child to a time out…

09/08/2016 - 07:00 |
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bad parking or not you broke the code don’t mess with someones vehicle

09/08/2016 - 08:01 |
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In reply to by Anonymous (not verified)

The a-hole with the corvette should have thought about that before parking like that. With that reasoning I could park in the middle of the highway and expect nobody to touch my car because of that code…

09/08/2016 - 08:08 |
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In reply to by Anonymous (not verified)

Much better it was this way. It could be either this or the cops. Then he would’ve had his car towed PLUS having to pay a fine.

09/08/2016 - 08:29 |
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If the Corvette was obstructing and the driver was nowhere to be found, than the guy in the pickup did the right thing. I can’t tell you how many times I was late or delayed because of some a**hole that had no notion of common space.

09/08/2016 - 08:28 |
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Ignorance is the number 1 problem in America. In every situation, there are two sides to the story. No one ever did anything they thought was wrong. For one reason or another, they felt it justified in their own head. Maybe the corvette owner was having car troubles, maybe the store owner asked him to park out there and they were going to load something int he car, maybe the guy who owns the car let his brother drive it and his brother was a jerk. Either way, the truck owner has no right to assume he’s all-knowing and that the corvette owner deserves to have his car damaged. The truck owner is just going through a classic case of insecurity, he never got enough attention as a kid. And yes, I’M being ignorant and assumptive about the truck owner, but I’m not acting on it in any way that would hurt the truck owner. That’s the difference. Have your opinions, but don’t act on them without facts.

09/08/2016 - 11:39 |
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owner comes out, “HEY my corvette been stolen”, then see’s this post…. “oh wait”

09/08/2016 - 08:29 |
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Yep lol “my cars been stolen. Time to check CT!”

09/08/2016 - 09:12 |
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Darude Her Right In The Sandstorm™

This isn’t what I meant when I said I wanted to drag…

09/08/2016 - 09:07 |
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When your lifted truck just doesn’t compensate enaugh for your microscopic men sausage, you got to do sh*t like this

09/08/2016 - 09:26 |
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In reply to by NSXfan

Sees video of Corvette getting towed, instantly thinks about the dongs of the vehicle drivers…

09/08/2016 - 11:04 |
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Don’t you guys find it weird, that it is always Florida, where this kind of sh*t happens?

09/08/2016 - 11:00 |
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In reply to by Brexy


This is Florida normal.

09/08/2016 - 11:37 |
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In reply to by Brexy

Have you never heard of the superhero of the south, Florida Man? Check out Google. This is almost painfully normal

09/09/2016 - 00:29 |
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No front plate is pretty common in several states here. I’ve been absent of one on my Miata for the last 6 years, and absent of one on my 996 for the last 2 years. No issues.

09/08/2016 - 11:06 |
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In reply to by Anonymous (not verified)

I’m pretty sure we only see the back of the truck from that angle.
The fact that there is no plate on the truck tells me he knew it was wrong.

09/08/2016 - 12:40 |
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