I've given you plenty of stories over the years about carjackers who fail because they can't drive a stick. And that actually makes some sense. But this carjacker belongs in a MUCH more remedial drivers ed class than those guys.
A guy in Pittsburgh was parked in his grandma's driveway to drop off some food last week, when a man came up and tried to carjack him at gunpoint.
But when the carjacker got in the car, he kept revving the engine to drive off, and the car never moved . . . because it was in PARK.
And the carjacker never figured out THAT was the issue, because eventually he got out and ran away.
The cops are trying to track him down. And they made a special note that the guy they're looking for is, quote, "apparently unfamiliar with how cars work."