A man has given a whole new meaning to drive-in convenience stores by literally driving into one in China's Jiangsu province.
CCTV footage of the incident, time stamped June 10, has been spreading on social media, with reports saying it happened in the city of Zhenjiang.
The driver was promptly served by a store employee, who helpfully passed him the items he wanted, collected his money and walked to and fro the cashier to return the change. The employee then watched closely as the driver reversed out of the store before waving goodbye.
The driver reportedly bought some potato chips and yoghurt. Why go through the hassle of parking for such small-item purchases, right?