...Sorry to hear that, I would also be totally pissed beyond belief!
Which brings me to the idea of getting a front and rear dash cam when I eventually take delivery of a new car. There are multiple choices out there with prices even being quite reasonable, a learning curve, though. Perhaps we can start a forum discussing our options, styles, functions, etc. It does bring some kind of "peace of mind" to have some documentation if while you were parked, something like this happens.
Hate to hear this happened, but a stark reminder that we choose our cars with high ideals and then we have to drive on rough roads with the general public.
Which is why these cars from the lower financial orbits are so appealing. They deserve all the care we can give them but we have to accept that real life will take it’s toll. Higher dollar cars deserve a higher standard towards perfection and bring more stress into our lives.
My vehicle to venture into real life near home nowadays is a 2003 Tacoma. Super capable and super low stress. Like a favorite pair of jeans.