‘Arrogant and un-Australian’ men are caught trying to ‘save’ parking ...

'Arrogant and un-Australian' men are caught trying to 'save' a prime parking spot in Melbourne on a busy Sunday night Dashcam video shows two men 'saving' a car spot for someone on a busy street  The standoff between the driver and the men goes for three awkward minutes They eventually leave, allowing the driver to park in the spot on Sunday night The footage was posted online with the driver calling the two men 'arrogant' 

By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:28 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 02:28 BST, 1 April 2019

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Two men who stood in a car spot on a busy street in an attempt to 'save' it for their friend have been labeled 'arrogant' and 'un-Australian'.

IT professonal Arik, who didn't reveal his surname, was searching for a car spot in Melbourne's CBD on Sunday night before meeting his wife for dinner.

The 37-year-old spotted a vacant spot with two men standing in it and initially thought they might have been Good Samaritans reserving him the space .  

 'I thought they were doing me a favour because they saw me looking for a spot. But when I tried to pull in, they didn't budge,'  he told the Herald Sun. 

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