A Welsh farmer has had unique payback for a careless motorist who parked their BMW in front of their paddock gate.
Emily Durrant, Greens Party County Councillor for Mid and West Wales, shared the parking revenge on her Twitter account.
One of her constituents had gone to tend to livestock when they found a tourist had parked their BMW hatchback in front of their gate.
Rather than drag the car out of the way – or worse – the farmer simply gated in the car for when the owner returns.
Ms Durrant reminded visitors that much of the land in her area was used for far more than sightseeing.
“It’s great be welcoming everyone in Wales back to our corner of heaven Green heart but please don’t be a plonker and park in front of farm gates. It is a working landscape, not just a fun place to be,” Ms Durrant wrote.
“When farmers can’t tend to their livestock it makes them a little upset. Fair enough.”
Her followers were equally bemused at the park as they were at the revenge.
“Why do we hide number plates? The farmer should have moved the car with tractor. Simples,” wrote one.
“You should have padlocked it all with chains, I’m 100 per cent behind every farmer trying to protect their right of way,” wrote another.
Others took particular issue with the fact the vehicle is a BMW.
“I would have left the fence up until the owner came asking. Then I would have royally screwed with him so he learned his/her lesson,” wrote one irate follower.
“However as this is a BMW I really dont think anything gets through those THICK SKULLS of theirs.”