We don't normally comment on how close vehicles are lined up to the kerb, because normally a bit of angle is what you need to fit into a space too small for your car. But today, opposite the BBC offices, we have to highlight this vehicle.
From the approach, you can see it is perfectly lined up with the car in front, nothing wrong there.
It's only when you get closer that you see that the road bends here and that by aligning themselves so well, the car FM57ZSX sticks about two metres out at the back.
This doesn't endanger anyone, and if it forces passing cars to slow down, is a form of traffic calming. What it does do is make double parking here harder, and for that we must denounced it, as this road, Belgrave Road, is the official BBC and university overflow parking area.