Valet Parker Loses His Job Over Reviewing and Joyriding Customer’s BMW M4

We’ve seen valet parkers hitting cars and being played pranks on, but what was missing so far was a valet reviewing a car he was supposed to just park.

We can now cross that off our list, as the employee of a hotel’s parking garage from Washington, D.C. has filmed himself taking a customer’s BMW M4 for a joy ride and reviewing the car in the process.

The video was spotted on YouTube by someone who alerted the hotel manager, with the obvious result being that the valet parker was fired. He did get his seven minutes of fame though, as the video has gathered almost 24,000 views so far.

You can take a look at his very poor review in the following video. Some of you may find it funny (as I did), but the BMW M4’s owner will definitely not have the same opinion if he or she gets to see it…

Story references: Bimmerpost


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