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Mercedes and a Honda spend 45 minutes locked in a tense standoff over a Melbourne parking spot


Mercedes and a Honda spend 45 minutes locked in a tense standoff over a CBD parking spot while a crowd forms around them

  • Two Melbourne drivers were locked in a standoff over a parking spot for 45 mins
  • The Mercedes Benz and Honda both tried to claim the spot on Sunday night   
  • Witnesses said the Honda eventually won the battle after a ‘referee’ intervened

Two drivers were caught in a bizarre standoff over a single parking spot on a busy street that lasted for 45 minutes.

A grey Mercedes Benz and a dark blue Honda were competing for a single parking space located near the corner of Russell and Lonsdale streets in the Melbourne CBD.

The two drivers arrived at the spot simultaneously about 7.30pm on Sunday with each car taking up half of it and…



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