Ah, a compacted car.
Now the owner of the car gets to park in spaces reserved for compact cars only, eh?
Bet the owner feels bent out of shape.
Note how the roof didn’t cave in, the understructure did. Modern safety engineering favors a strong roof and roof pillars, and lots of crumple zone around the passenger space. Here’s a good example.
An electric eye like on garage door openers would have kept it from getting that high.
The damage was photoshopped. The bar across the top has a kill switch for the lift motor.
How tall was the guy working on those front brakes?
When I was a kid, my uncle was showing slides that he had obviously taken while flying in a passenger plane.
This was in the '50s, when most people hadn’t yet taken a trip on a plane.
His next-door neighbor–who wasn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer–asked, “Did you take those pictures from a plane?”.
My uncle’s sarcastic response was, “No, Gladys, I was standing on my tip-toes”.