I may not be the world’s foremost expert on driving, but even I could see you made two critical mistakes driving out of the supermarket carpark.
1. You drove the wrong way around the one-way system.
2. Your baby was on the lap of your passenger.
I hope that you were pulled over and booked on the way home. But if not, I hope you didn’t collide with anything.
You, sir, are a thoughtless moron.
PS. You’re not doing the reputation of P-platers any good, either.
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You are right to be annoyued. That behaviour is not just thoughtless but dangerous and illegal.
Fortunately, seeing a baby on a lap in a car is rare these days (in Melbourne anyway).
I know exactly how you feel! You feel like giving them a good nudge with your own car, just to get them to use their grey matter for at least an instant!
So much for negative stereotypes… sheesh.
Hope you have a positive few days leading up to the Festive Season.
It’s insane, could you have taken down the rego and reported to the police? You see it a few times up here in the Territory with the non-indigenous and all the time with the indigenous folk.
For those of us in less civilised parts of the world, what’s a “p-plater”?
New drivers start with “P-plates”, which are displayed on the car and come with restrictions on alcohol, car power. In Victoria it applies for 3 years; other Australian states may vary. VicRoads: Getting your Ps
Car park driving is something to behold, isn’t it? My kids and I have taken to waving an imaginary chequered flag as people speed past…which, now I think about it, is probably not a distraction those sort of drivers need.