Andalucía is renowned for its tiny, white villages, dissected by impossibly narrow streets... you would have thought. Apparently one driver didn't know that.
A British man decided to drive his camper van through the streets of Sorvilán and the result was the inevitable one; he got his vehicle firmly wedged in between two houses on either side of a narrow street.
Fortunately, his vehicle did not become a permanent fixture because a tow truck arrived and pulled him out *Pop!* The houses and his camper van interchanged paintwork, of course.
But who, in their right mind, attempts to traverse a small Andalusian village with an oversized, Mr Whippy’s van? No doubt, the villain of the story was GPS/SatNav
(News: Sorvilán, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)