A Maryborough man's stop for a call of nature on Saturday night turned to disaster when his car was hit by a fully laden freight train.
The impact of the crash lifted the Commodore station wagon 4m into the air and shunted it 40m down the road, leaving it a twisted ball of metal.
Luckily the south-bound freight train stayed on the rails and the driver stopped it about a kilometre down the track to assess the damage.
Emergency services were called to the Hermans Rd railway crossing at Gunalda about 7.45pm.
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What the actual smeg? Dickhead parked his car on a crossing to take a whiz? Seems legit.