SAINSBURY’S has been slammed for a brand new car park layout that has been likened to one thing from Legoland.
An elaborate hairpin bend was put in on the entrance to its retailer in Christchurch, Dorset.
The two-way monitor is alleged to have led to a number of close to misses as drivers swing their autos across the tight bends.
The position of two-speed humps in each lanes can also be inflicting drivers to undergo the center of them, risking head-on collisions.
Customers say the freshly tarmacked black monitor and white traces make the car park seem just like the Driving School discovered at Legoland in Windsor, Berks.
Others have in contrast the ‘ludicrous’ layout to a real-life model of the computer sport Super Mario.
The new entrance joins from a mini-roundabout and from above the entire layout appears like an enormous question mark, which is apt because it has left plenty of clients scratching their heads.
Many have taken to social media to complain in regards to the design.
Samantha Blackmore-Wells stated: “It’s too slender for most automobiles to cross one another safely. My final car was a individuals provider and I might have needed to store elsewhere.
“When I strategy the Sainsbury’s roundabout to enter their new ‘hairpin’ car park entrance/exit, I truly really feel my stress ranges elevating.
“My heart beats faster, I get hot, I feel anxious, then usually mutter under my breath ‘whose was this stupid ridiculous idea; what a total idiot'”
Simon Elvery stated: “The architect/designer of Sainsbury’s new entrance should return his payment for designing the most ludicrously stupid car park I’ve seen.”
Ruth Brewer posted: “It makes you feel travel sick with so many twists & turns.”
Kevin Clarke stated: “The new road layout looks like the Driving School track at Legoland and is like playing Super Mario when driving around it.”
A Sainsbury’s spokesperson stated: “Feedback is important to us and we can reassure our Christchurch Superstore customers that work in our car park will be completed soon and improve the flow of traffic.”