Caught on camera: Mystery driver's terrible reverse as they smash into TWO vehicles in car park

The dozy driver in Olton, West Mids, tentatively edges out of a parking space, before unexpectedly stamping on the accelerator and smashing to two parked vehicles

We've all been there - having to very carefully edge out of a busy car park without bumping into any other vehicles.

Sadly for this motorist, they got their reverse manoeuvre completely wrong by losing control and smashing into two parked cars.

The dozy driver tentatively edges out of a parking space, before unexpectedly stamping on the accelerator and shooting backwards while turning 180 degrees.

The silver hatchback smashes into the back of two cars, sending one hurtling forwards, as it spins into a corner.

The errant vehicle may even have smashed into a third car off camera before coming to a stop.

Security cameras captured the drama at Olton railway station near Solihull, West Mids, on Friday, September 27.

Amazingly, the driver sits at a standstill after the smash for around a minute, before slowly driving out of the car park as if nothing happened.

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Investigating officer Pc Ali Jama, said: 'We are now two months on from this incident taking place shortly after 1.20pm on Friday, 27 September.

'Despite extensive inquiries, officers have yet to trace the driver of the silver Ford Escort which collided with three parked cars before the driver left the scene.

'So far, the driver has not reported the incident to police.

'I am today hoping that someone will recognise the car and/or the driver, and come forward with information which can assist the investigation.

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'Unfortunately, the CCTV camera did not capture any part of the vehicle’s registration.'

Anyone who has information which they believe can assist the investigation, is asked to contact British Transport Police on Freefone 0800 40 50 40, or text 61016.