Builders cement car to pavement after driver refuses to move it
A disagreement got slightly out of hand when builders cemented a car to the pavement.
The argument came about when the car dealer refused to move a parked VW Caddy from the pavement in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Mark Drummond, who is not the owner but was responsible for selling the car on, said the pavement had been used to display vehicles for more than 20 years.
Local media reports it is not technically illegal to park here as it is a public space, but construction workers were unable to complete maintenance on the pavement because of the parked car.
They asked Mr Drummond to remove it but he refused, so then they cemented it to the pavement.
Celso Antonio de Faria, the owner of the cement company said: ‘He said I could not lay a finger on the car.’
The Brazilian transport department sent a towing company to remove the car following a number of complaints from locals but found the car fixed to the ground.