Australian Woman "Parks" Her Mercedes on a Holden Astra

Just the moment you think you have seen it all when it comes to women and driving, although we have no certified evidence that a similar thing might not have happened to a male driver as well, reality strikes again.

Check this one out! According to the Herald Sun, Pauline Grodski from Melbourne, Australia reportedly lost control of her Mercedes-Benz C-Class as she was reaching for her lunchbox. Looks like she was really starving as she couldn't even explain how she managed to become a stunt-actress unintentionally.

As a result, although it may be extremely difficult to believe, she succeeded in hovering on two wheels astride a neighbor's parked Holden Astra sedan, as shown in the picture.

Of course, the incident couldn't have been passed over by the amazed neighbors who qualified it as an award-winning stunt. "I think the driver deserves a medal to get a Mercedes on two wheels like that. I don't know how it happened," said Malvern resident Ed Waters.

It seems that residents in the neighborhood have heard a crash in the afternoon and eager to find out what had happened, they went out and saw probably the most impressive scene of their lives.

Fortunately, no one got hurt after the incident, not even the driver. She emerged safely from the car afterwards and confessed to be unhurt. "I'm still here so that's good," she said. "Things are going well."

Well, perhaps Mercedes vehicles could be included in the extraordinary chapter but there's a long way until their four-wheeled vehicles will be able to take off and fly among the clouds.

But who knows? With so many amazing things coming from ordinary people, no one can be really sure about that. Maybe if Mrs Grodski tries harder, she will be able to achieve the performance and consequently, be rewarded by the German carmaker.
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