A HILARIOUS video shows the moment two women took over 17 minutes and six attempts to park their car.
The footage, uploaded by ‘Glasgow Steph’, documents their painstaking efforts to reverse park a red mini cooper in a tight space in Townhead, Glasgow.
The car, which appears to have a green learning sticker attached to the front, narrowly misses hitting other vehicles as it tries to turn into the single space.
The women even swap places throughout the video, allowing each other a go at getting parked up.
The first attempt brings the car perilously close to a silver Peugeot, which forces the driver to back away and attempt a rerun.
The second attempt is cut short, however, as the passenger gets out of the car and decides she will be better suited to solve the dilemma.
Unfortunately, the second driver also encounters difficulty as she repeatedly tries to park in another space further up the car park.
At one point, she even gets out the car and despairs at the situation.
Eventually, the first driver gets back into the driving seat and after another agonising five minutes, she is successfully directed by her friend into the space.
So long was their catastrophic parking attempt, that even a seagull took time to watch the embarrassing ordeal.
The video was shared by Scotland’s Worst Drivers, who dubbed it an “epic parking fail”.
Commenting on the video, James Johnston wrote: “Recommend she goes back and sits an extended driving test, clearly not capable of being on the roads full stop.”
Last month, another parking attempt video went viral after a driver smashed into a block of flats, almost hit a woman and child and then drove away.
The yellow car was caught on CCTV trying to park in Falkirk, Bo’ness, and the footage was shared over 9,000 times on social media.