Entitled BMW driver sparks outrage after illegally parking their convertible at the bottom of a boat ramp at a popular Sydney beach
- Brazen BMW driver infuriates locals after parking at the bottom of a boat ramp
- Furious Malabar locals have slammed the opportunistic driver for the illegal park
- Others defended the brazen motorist and said no one had been inconvenienced
An entitled BMW driver has infuriated locals after illegally parking their convertible at the bottom of a boat ramp on a busy Sydney beach.
The shameless motorist made sure they had an unobstructed view of the popular Malabar Beach near Long Bay southeast of the city.
One outraged resident snapped a photo of the brazen park and posted it on a local Facebook page with the caption: ‘What a t***’.
The shameless BMW driver made sure they had an unobstructed view of the popular Malabar Beach (pictured) near Long Bay in the city’s southeast
The opportunistic driver quickly sparked outrage among the Malabar community, with residents leaving their thoughts in the comments
The black convertible is seen parked precariously on the rocks with a group of baffled beach-goers standing on the sand just metres away.
The opportunistic driver quickly sparked outrage among the Malabar community, with residents leaving their thoughts in the comments.
‘A typical BMW driver, who cannot read the sign,’ one local wrote.
‘Go grease the ramp to guarantee a call to the insurance company,’ another said.
‘This is where community spirit should kick in, everyone race down there with a bucket and fill it with salt water,’ one man suggested.
‘Put it in neutral handbrake and away she goes,’ a third encouraged.
One woman suggested the car had been stolen and ditched on the rocks.
‘No, just someone enjoying the sun and all the amazing parking spots Malabar has to offer,’ the author of the post replied.
Malabar Beach (pictured), south of the better-known Maroubra Beach, is a popular haunt for locals with rocky headlands on either end of the 200m stretch
Others sympathised with the brazen motorist and said no one was inconvenienced by the park
‘Prime spot. No burning your feet on the concrete after your swim,’ another joked.
Several users sympathised with the BMW driver and gave them props for parking on the correct side of the ‘No Stopping’ sign.
‘Who really cares? Probably just taking some photos to sell the car. It’s not like anyone here is inconvenienced,’ another said.
Malabar Beach, south of the better-known Maroubra Beach, is a popular haunt for locals with rocky headlands on either end of the 200m stretch.
The boat ramp at the southern end is a popular place to launch small boats with the rock pool nearby providing a safe place for children to swim.