I was amused to come across this video clip from Brazil.
Looking for more information about it, I came across this article at the Huffington Post.
... the Hermann Blumenau Rotary Club of Blumenau, Brazil, has taken it upon itself to do its part to prevent as many pedestrian traffic deaths as possible. In the video, members of the club, who have since been called Brazilian crosswalk guardians, pick up a car that infringed on pedestrian space, and carry it out of the crosswalk, back across the white line.
Pedestrian deaths are fairly prevalent in Brazil, which has a significantly higher road traffic mortality rate that Chile or Argentina. A recent report on Brazilian road traffic deaths averaged pedestrian mortality at 5.46 deaths per 100,000 people. For Blumenau, which has an estimated population of nearly 250,000, there are an estimated 13 pedestrian deaths per year.
There's more at the link.
Way to go, guys!