A Ferrari Roma supercar got stuck in a narrow street in Italy, a video uploaded to YouTube last week showed.
The video showed the driver in a grey Ferrari Roma trying to make his way into the narrow alleyway by slightly inching forward then braking and backing up while a man stood out the car to look for a smidge of space for the vehicle to go through on either side of the road.
A woman is then seen making her way down the road before throwing her hands up in the air, expressing exasperation. Following this, a second man then comes out of his vintage vehicle in the background before the video cuts off.
The town in which the 51-second video was taken remains unknown.
The fate of the Ferrari Roma, which is worth around $250,000, also remains unknown.
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