I have no idea how — in the middle of a beautiful, clear day, and in the tight parking lot opposite Crate & Barrel, no less — this driver managed to park a car on top of a boulder.

Car on boulder - 2016

But if I had to guess, I’d say texting or talking on a cell phone might have been involved.

12 responses to “Oops!

  1. And maybe cocktails at Bravo!

  2. Sandra Johnson

    Unbelievable – even drunk – how could one do this?? Guess anything really
    is possible in Westport!!!!

  3. Mary Ruggiero

    is it being pulled up the ramp or sliding down from it?

    • The guys in the wrecker (cropped out of the photo) are trying to figure out how to get it off the boulder and onto the truck.

  4. Charlie Taylor

    Class of 1961 Staples meets at Beau James This Sat at 4 pm …14 Ridge Rd Weston.. Be there!!!!!!!

    Sent from my iPhone


  5. Amee Borys

    That is unreal!!!

  6. I actually did something like this , many years ago .. We were visiting a state park in Maine .. They had huge rocks like that in the parking lot , that were very hard to see while in the drivers seat … One forgets they are there , till you are ready to exit .. Needless to say , it was very embarrassing !!!

  7. Yeah, don’t you hate when that happens?

  8. Elaine Marino

    Perhaps the pilot came in a little too hot to see the boulders near the entrance of 1175 Post Road East?

    This property, which is owned by 1177 PRE Associates LLC, is being considered for a 94-unit residential development.


  9. Tina Babish

    This is absolutely one of the most inane and hillarious “parking” jobs I’ve seen posted. Good job!

  10. Bobbi Essagof

    Thanks for the laugh!