This is the moment a lorry driver got into a bit of a pickle while trying to reverse down an Ellesmere Port cul-de-sac.
The HGV from Hungarian haulage firm Waberer's International tore down a fence and backed into Leven Walk's street sign on Monday morning (July 25), to the dismay of one resident in her garden who can be heard saying 'look at the damage she's doing' about the female driver.
But thanks to kindly members of the public and police officers who attended the scene, the driver eventually executed the manoeuvre successfully and went on their way.
A spokesman for Waberer's told the Pioneer that the driver - who they say has never had any accidents in the past - will undergo further training following this 'unfortunate accident'.
"Our driver immediately informed the coordinator about this unfortunate accident and the right steps were taken," he said.
"Our driver has to participate in simulator training and training at a 'Driving Technique Safety Centre'.
"We hope that gaining more experience will prevent such unfortunate accidents in the future."
They added that the cost of the damage caused to the fence will be reimbursed.
A local man, who does not wish to be named, filmed the unfolding carnage and posted it to Facebook, where it's racked up more than 600,000 views and nearly 2,500 shares.
A spokeswoman for Cheshire police said: "At around 11.10am on Monday 25 July 2016 police received a report of a HGV stuck on Dove Close at a T junction.
"A local resident, who was a HGV driver as well, helped guide the driver out.
"They cut out some of the fencing (as it was already damaged significantly) to help give some more room for maneuvering."