A driver in the USA has been left furious after someone parked incredibly close to him.
The TikTok user greatfulbee posted the video above online of someone in an SUV parking millimetres from where he was parked.
He can be seen circling the two cars complaining about the situation. He said: “This dude just parked this close to my car. Now, I can’t get out, he can’t get out without somebody’s car getting damaged.
“He told me please don’t try to pull your car out, I told him I’m going to pull my car out and you’re paying for all the damage because why would you park this close?”
While the user was aggrieved about the danger his car had been put in, fellow TikTok users were keen to point out a crucial detail.
Several pointed out that while the cars were undeniably parked too near to each other, the other driver may not have been at fault.
Hundreds of fellow users pointed out that it was the user’s car that was parked on the white line and therefore could have been partially at fault for the issue.
One person said: “I know you see that line bro, you should have parked better.” Another person said: “Your car is over the line.”
The latest video about parking on TikTok comes as the social media site announced it was taking down videos promoting Osama Bin Laden’s letter to America.
The letter, which was reportedly written to justify the terrorist attacks on 11 September 2001, has been spread widely across the platform.
In a statement, TikTok said: “Content promoting this letter clearly violates our rules on supporting any form of terrorism.
“We are proactively and aggressively removing this content and investigating how it got onto our platform.”
On how much the letter had been shared, TikTok claimed that the situation wasn’t as bad as it was being made out to be.
The Guardian reported that they said: “The number of videos on TikTok is small and reports of it trending on our platform are inaccurate.
“This is not unique to TikTok and has appeared across multiple platforms and the media.”
Following the incident, a White House statement said: “There is never a justification for spreading the repugnant, evil, and antisemitic lies that the leader of al Qaeda issued just after committing the worst terrorist attack in American history.”