Business isn't great a the moment for car manufacturers but the thousands of unsold cars make for some great photography.
A video has been doing the rounds on the web showing an AA recovery van towing a BMW out of a car park in Heathrow Airport. The car park was fitted with automatic bollards and either AA driver thought he could get through in time or it didn't occur to him that you can't drive two vehicles through.
The woman in the BMW was an employee of British Airways and had to climb out of the vehicle that had got stuck at 45-degrees. [via]
Here's the video:-
This 5 level multi-storey car park, which The Sunday Times believes belongs to Hong Kong businessman Sham Kar-wai, contains well in excess of £4.4 million worth of cars including Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches and a Mini Cooper S. Notice that quite a few number plates contain the number 8 - a lucky number in China.
The Sunday Times has posted an image showing the cars on each level along with list prices.
A Polish white van man who was too sure of his sat-nav ended up neck-deep in a lake after ignoring road signs warning of a dead-end ahead.
The artificial lake was created a year ago after the road flooded. The man decided to ignore the three warning signs and drove down a hill into the lake.
The man had been drinking. Link