I heard the French expression “se garer comme un chacal" in the TV show Les Guignols de l'info a few years ago, meaning parking carelessly. Is there equivalent English expression?
In British English there is the expression:
To do a Reginald Molehusband.
This is derived from an old Ministry of Information film of the 1970s. The MoI produced large numbers of short (2 or 3 minute) films trying to educate people in simple tasks. These were shown on television during advertising breaks and in cinemas before the main feature. It was eventually ridiculed into oblivion.
One such film showed a character, Reginald Molehusband, who couldn't park a car. Although the films have not been shown for decades, the expression remains. At least one of their films made a lasting impression.
My best guess would be "to park like a madman". I don't know of many such English idioms.