Parking is always at a premium in Sydney but one driver has taken things to another level when their car sped up a trailer ramp, flipped and landed neatly in the back of a council truck.
People took to social media on Thursday to comment on the bizarre crash which occurred at Macquarie Fields on Wednesday afternoon.
"France: 6.7; West Germany: 8.2; Italy: 7.7; and its a 2.3 from the East German Judge," one wag posted comparing the incident to a diving competition.
"The odds of that are ASTRAnomical," another wrote of the crash involving a Holden Astra sedan.
The car became airborne after 3pm when it hit a ramp attached to a trailer behind the Campbelltown City Council truck which was used to transport lawn mowing equipment, a NSW Police spokesman told AAP.
Four Fire and Rescue NSW crews attended along with three NSW Ambulance crews.
Authorities had to strap the car onto the truck and set up a gantry before they could extract the male driver by cutting open the Astra's roof.
Incredibly he only suffered minor injuries.
"It's certainly an unusual one," a Fire and Rescue spokesman told AAP on Thursday.
An ambulance spokesman said the driver was conscious throughout the rescue and was taken to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition.
"All he had was a bit of pain in his left shoulder," the spokesman said.
Australian Associated Press