Watch: Shocking moment driver parks on pedestrian crossing so he can go to Tesco
This is the moment a driver blocked cyclists and pedestrians in Manchester city centre so he could go shopping at Tesco.
The short clip shows an Audi parked sideways on Deansgate, covering up a pedestrian crossing and bike lane, on Sunday.
A few seconds later, a man is seen walking towards the car with what looks like a drink in his hand.
As he enters the vehicle, the man gestures to a blue car a few feet away.
After the gesture, the blue car appears to make a u-turn in a one-way road, driving the wrong way before the pair make off in the same direction.
The video was taken by a local resident who said there had been some confusion on that part of Deansgate, which shares a junction with Blackfriars Street and St Mary's Gate following the instalment of a bus gate.
The resident, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "Because we see quite regularly since the new bus gate has been put in a lot of people go to drive down Deansgate, clock the sign and then turn around or reverse back out.
"So we thought that's what he was doing at first and then kind of noticed he's not actually moving.
They added: "We see a lot of people either not see or ignore the bus gate sign, but you see a lot of people who get to them and then spot them.
"This video is a quite an extreme case because you can see he's blocking pedestrians and cyclists."