A BMW driver in London was unlucky enough to see their car swept away by the River Thames, after it was parked on a slipway at Putney Embankment.
The car's driver apparently didn't take the Thames' tide in to account when they parked the BMW 5-Series on the slipway, and was no where to be seen as it was swept away.
Ted Stones, who saw the vehicle drifting away, told the Evening Standard: "I couldn't actually believe it was happening.
"It literally just started to float slowly and then the tide took it away. The police were there but literally didn't know what to do – they were as confused as the rest of us.
"There was no sign of the owner but it was probably stupid to leave it there in high tide."
Another passer-by, Nicola Kennedy, also saw the BMW setting sail. She told the paper: "As I walked beside it the alarm was going off, then the boot opened and the car sunk to the bottom of the Thames.