As I entered Morrisons filling station, there was only one car waiting for a pump to become available. That soon moved off, but then a car came past me and went into a bay that was just becoming free. As it was a double bay I pulled in behind him.
I said 'Why don't you take your turn instead of pushing in'? He responded that it was not a queue, I was making it a queue.
He was an oldish guy, I got the impression this was an obsession of his. Well, he lingered in the shop, so as I had paid at the pump, I had to back-up and manouvre round his car. He chose that moment to come out and walked across my path. I gave him a blast on my very loud warning device, which made him jump. Some people!
I suspect these are the same people who drive in the closed lane right up to the end and then push in in front of all us stupid drivers who queue in the open lane.I sometimes wish I was driving and old beaten up land rover, i would be tempted to just ram them.
I had that once when I had a trailer on the back. I drove past and went in to pay leaving the trailer in the way just enough to cause him a problem. He had jumped the pay queue as well. Slowed him down a bit.
There are 2 entrances to our Morrisons forecourt. One is the main queue from the entrance, the other is from the car park area. It can be used to dodge the main queue if people let you in which they invariably do. Bad system.
On a side note, I saw a young lad smoking in his car on the forecourt of Morrisons a couple of months ago. He was about 5 yards from the pumps. Against all better judgement I caught his eye and he gave me the what do you want eyebrows. I told him, and he just thought he was clever. Tosser.
What he did was fair enough, there are no official "queues" on forecourts, you may have been trying to make one but it doesn't work like that. People often wait for a particular pump, if another becomes free in another lane then someone driving in is quite entitled to go for it. What do you want them to do, wait at the entrance while you re manoeuvre?
Sounds like you're stress levels are too high for driving!