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A construction crew were tasked with one job: to re-pave a road. And it seems the wouldn’t let anything stand in their way, not even an illegally parked car.
So, naturally, they paved around it.
Because calling a tow truck to remove the car wouldn't taken time, and we all know time is money.
And the end result looked like this:
Demix Construction paved around this car on René-Lévesque Blvd near Montcalm St. No one had the car towed. City def… https://t.co/bYJtOGLEzf — Tim Sargeant (@Tim Sargeant)
#VilleMarie borough of #Montreal awarded $4.4 Million contract to Demix Construction for local road work -- includi… https://t.co/2zzZKVEPr8 — Tim Sargeant (@Tim Sargeant)
To make thing more awkward, construction workers across Quebec, where the road was paved, went on strike the following day, so there was no one around to fix it.
So this happened instead:
Le pavage sur René-Lévesque en action, pour la course de Formule-E. Drapeau jaune, on sort la voiture de sécurité!… https://t.co/dgLcmIyX4O — Projet Montréal (@Projet Montréal)
Uproar in Montreal over this? This is better than your standard Kerry road and it didn't even take 6 months https://t.co/46t2Eu8oAH — pierre🦈 (@pierre🦈)
Posing for photos where there should be asphalt https://t.co/itimWabBhP — Derek Conlon (@Derek Conlon)
@CTVNews Should have gone with Plan B https://t.co/FGdGrl1UWm — Laurin Jeffrey - Toronto Real Estate Agent (@Laurin Jeffrey - Toronto Real Estate Agent)
You had one job.
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