Personal trainer says he's too muscley for parking spaces
A personal trainer, known as the 'Greek Stallion' claims he has "no option" but to use designated parent and child parking spaces because he is too muscular.
UNITED KINGDOM — A personal trainer, known as the 'Greek Stallion' claims he has "no option" but to use designated parent and child parking spaces because he's too muscular.
Chris Goodwin, who claims he's a "muscle-model champion" and "a beast" says he always picks the wider parking spaces to permit his 20-stone frame to get out of his car; saying "I'll just go and park in the same parent-and-child bay, even if I'm on my own – I always do it."
Adding, "I don't give a c**p what people think of me. I'll do what I want. I can't fit out of my car – I'm too big."
According to Metro.co.uk, Chris was filmed trying to get out of his car in a normal spot, where he claimed, "I'm stuck! I'm actually stuck!"
He added, "I don't think it is selfish, I really don't."
"People take it way over the top because you're parking in a bloody parent-and-child bay. They want to bloody fight you like Mike Tyson would."
"I still think anybody should be able to park there and that's not being selfish. I think I should have my own bay saying, 'The Greek Stallion's Bay.'"
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