If you had to pick a place to crash your car, a public restroom is probably pretty low on the list. Not that crashing anywhere is desirable. Even worse would be if that restroom was a particularly historical one. That’s exactly what happened to a driver in Japan
According to a police report provided to Japanese news outlet Sankei Shimbun, someone working for the Kyoto Association for the Preservation of Ancient Cultures thought they had shifted their car into drive, but were actually in reverse. The outcome was backing right into the Tosu,
The crash ended up damag ing doors and pillars, but an employee at the temple told Sankei Shimbun
But besides the temple, we were surprised to see the car that was involved. In the photo at the top, you’ll see the wrecked car is a Toyota WiLL Vi. It was a compact car with some really funky styling. The rounded shape and the rear window hanging over the trunk are reminiscent of some ’50s cars. But the thick strakes and simple surfacing are much more in keeping with styling of the early 2000s, which makes sense as the car launched in 2000, and was only built until the end of 2001.
It was one of three Toyota cars made to fall under the WiLL brand