Tall Valet Can’t Get Into Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

The Lamborghini Aventador has been the star of many videos, but this one highlights its practicality…or the lack thereof.

Meet a yellow-finished Roadster version of the raging bull’s supercar and an unlucky valet, who had  the difficult job of getting it to the parking lot. Usually it’s scratching a bumper or taking it for a joy ride, when it comes to videos of valets and exotic vehicles that end up on the internet, but this tall guy can’t do anything with it.

The main reason behind it is that he can’t fit inside. Legs first, followed by the head, doesn’t seem to get the job done, head first and then legs in can’t do it either and, for some reason, he doesn’t even try to remove the roof panels, temporarily. Talk about a bad day at the office!

Still, it could be worse, you could get the chance to drive the extremely limited Ferrari LaFerrari, made in 499 units, and not fit inside it, like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson found out, the hard way.

The video was shot last summer, apparently in Knightsbridge, UK, and it was just uploaded to the web.


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