Selfish parking act at Campbelltown enrages elderly driver who was prevented ... trends now
An elderly driver who requires a walking frame to get around was left fuming over a motorist's 'selfish' act at a shopping centre car park.
John Laine, 71, had parked his car in the spot reserved for those with a disability in the carpark at Campbelltown Mall, in Sydney's south-west.
He was given a huge shock after he returned to the parking lot a short time later.
The 71-year-old came back to find another car parked between his vehicle and another car in the adjoining disabled space.
An elderly driver was fuming after a car was parked in between his vehicle and another car that occupied disability parking spaces (pictured) in a local shopping centre
Mr Laine shared photos to Instagram of the 'idiotic' act that showed a white 2008 Daewoo Gentra X parked over the dividing line between the two spaces.
The parking is designated for drivers with a disability and considerably larger than regular spaces used by other drivers.
Mr Laine slammed the brazen act and said he was left frustrated by the move which left him with little room to get into his car.
'When I came back the other two cars were there and what annoyed me was the fact that the first white car next to me was actually