A homeowner has been hailed as a hero after he took revenge on a neighbour who was constantly blocking his driveway.

CCTV footage showed the moment the man became fed up with the car which was parked across the entrance and tied a piece of rope to the front of his 4×4 and rear of the offending vehicle and tugged it out of the way.

He pulls the car across the carriageway when the car’s owners appear to notice and run out into the street to see what is going on.

The trio appear to have an argument, with police also in attendance, before the owners get in the car and drive off.

The incident which took place in 2017, has recently gone viral on TikTok, with many praising the homeowner for his reaction.

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One commenter said: “I get this constantly, normally blocked in.

“I confront the neighbours and they say I must have driven in after they parked there.”

Another added: “We had someone parking their car outside our house and the alarm kept going off all night, so I dragged that car, it’s still in a park, up the road.”

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Technically it is not illegal to park across someone’s driveway as long as local parking restrictions are being followed.

The only time it could be viewed as illegal is if a car is already parked on the driveway when it is parked across meaning that vehicle is causing an obstruction.

It is not even illegal for drivers to park in someone else’s driveway, however if cars are left for longer than a month it could be considered abandoned and towed away.

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