Drivers forced to PUSH vehicles to exit busy car park

This could be the world's most chock-a-block car park - where vehicles are crammed in so tightly that drivers have to PUSH their way out.

Hundreds of motorists pile into the free facility in the Chatuchak area of Bangkok, Thailand, every day to avoid paying charges in the surrounded car parks. Fees in those cost around 20 baht (50 pence) per hour.

The popularity of the government-owned space has resulted in chaotic scenes - with cars parked bumper-to-bumper and regularly colliding.

Commuters have even started fitting home-made FOAM padding to their cards to avoid scrapes.

The astonishing situation has lead to the strange custom of drivers leaving the handbrakes off.

When people return to their vehicles, they then have to push the surrounding cars that are blocking them, like a ''giant puzzle game."

Footage captured yesterday (January 24) shows how cars were crammed together in with just a hair's breadth between each vehicle - and in some cases, they were touching.

In the afternoon when locals were returning to their cars for the drive home, women and even a pensioner were seen having to roll other vehicles out of the way.

Locals said that identical scenes are played out every day.