The two City of Sydney rangers were filmed on Dashcam reversing into the vehicle before getting out of the car and inspecting the damage.
Footage shows the men getting out of the car and inspecting the damage before walking away without leaving their details for the owner.
This is the shocking moment ‘council parking rangers’ crashed into a stationary vehicle while trying to park their car and walked away without leaving any details
The video was posted to the DashCam Owners of Australia Facebook page with the caption: ‘City of Sydney Council backed into my vehicle. They didn’t leave any details’.
The video opens with the Isuzu ute reversing into the parallel parking space before aligning correctly.
The two rangers then get out of the car and inspect the damage before beginning their job.
City of Sydney council confirmed they are aware of the ‘regrettable incident’ and published a statement apologising to the vehicle owner.
‘We understand the frustration that residents, visitors and business people feel when events like this occur,’ the council wrote to Facebook.
‘We will conduct a thorough investigation and speak to the staff involved.’
The owner of the vehicle contacted City of Sydney council to report the incident and the council hopes to have the matter ‘resolved as soon as possible’.
Footage shows the men getting out of the car and inspecting the damage before walking away without leaving their details for the owner
‘Staff receive regular health and safety training and are reminded to carry out their duties with care,’ the council wrote.
The video has garnered widespread attention with more than 27,000 views and more than 1,000 comments, many of which were angry.
‘Seeing as they spend their days issuing fines they should know better than that,’ one Facebook user wrote.
‘I would just send the repair bill with a copy of footage!’ another said.
‘Judging by those two dents in the tailgate, that’s just how they park,’ another commented.
The two City of Sydney rangers were filmed on Dashcam reversing into the vehicle before getting out of the car and inspecting the damage