I seem to have stumbled on the best way to keep our truck spaces free of cars and caravans. It’s a little long but hell it was funny.
I pulled up at Sutton Forest southbound to get a pork and gravy roll. Upon returning to my truck with full hands and my roll jammed fair in my gob and a can of fatigue management in the other, my shorts (lost a bit of podge so everything’s a bit loose) started to ever so slowly drop as I got to the truck.
So I spread my leg spread in order to keep the public from seeing my hairy crack.
I opened the door and placed my can on the floor. After pulling my shorts up with my free hand, I scampered up the side of the 200.
Still with hands occupied, I stood on the step for a bit, to place wallet, drinks etc, in their hidey holes.
Backside hangin’ slightly out of my shorts, I hear this “do you mind”, so I free up a hand to spin around and see a bloke and his missus looking ever so disgusted.
I said “not at all” not really knowing what my backside was doing. She says “pull your pants up for crying out loud, we all shouldn’t have to see a dirty truck driver’s bum while we are eating our lunch”.
Well, with that I got down from my truck with steam streaming from my ears and said at the top of my voice, so every other truck driver parked in the truck spaces could hear, “if you didn’t park in the truck section of a service centre and parked your cars in the car park then you wouldn’t have to see a dirty truck driver’s backside would you”.
Well, with that, they all packed up and left. So the moral to this is, if we want to stop cars and vans from parking in truck spaces, get your hairy backside out as you climb in the cab! Name withheld by request