'Open home' gone wrong after car smashes through Ray White front window

Ray White Queenstown salesman Cameron Reed and co-owner Bas Smith with the driver of the car.
Ray White Queenstown salesman Cameron Reed and co-owner Bas Smith with the driver of the car. Photo credit: Facebook/Ray White Queenstown

Ray White Queenstown has seen the funny side in an "open home" gone wrong after a car smashed through the front shop window. 

The real estate agency isn't bitter about the situation and got a photo with the uninjured driver. 

"A very interesting start to the day here at Ray White Queenstown," they posted on Facebook.

"Maybe an Open Home of a very different kind!"

They have even called on the public to create their best meme of the unfortunate situation. 

"We have decided to turn a negative into a positive and have some fun along the way. 

"Let us hear your best meme!"

Police say they were called to a report of a car through a shop window at 7.17am on Wednesday morning.

Police have charged the 43-year-old driver with careless use of a motor vehicle.

A tow truck was called and the scene has since been cleared. 

A Queenstown Nomad Hotel worker said staff heard the car going through the window but no one saw the incident.

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