Valet’ s fast ride makes consumer furious

An airport parking company valet’s fast ride in a customer’s car has been caught by a secret dashboard camera – and it’s left the car owner furious.
Neill Ellis left his car at Auckland’s Park n’Fly while he continued a holiday to Melbourne in May last year, but returned to find a staff member experienced driven “like a loon” plus taken his car on a joyride.
The car cam documented the speedy spin, and shows the driver revving the engine plus accelerating around corners as he transfers Mr Ellis’ car from one from the company’s car parks to another.
“The place I usually park my car… was completely booked, so I booked at one more popular place, ” he had written on Facebook alongside the video.
“Let’s just say their particular staff never noticed my car cam and I’ll never depart any of my vehicles there once again. ”
The staff member was on a 90-day trial during the time, and no longer works for the corporation, Park n’ Fly director Mohammed Alim said.
Mister Alim only found out about the harmful driving on Saturday, but experienced already dismissed the staff member with regard to his bad attitude, tardiness, customer care and bad language.
“I don’t know why he [Mr Ellis] waited for so long to put up this video… I actually don’t remember him emailing me or giving me a phone call, inch he told NZ Newswire.
Mr Alim didn’t believe his staff member had been speeding – although he said the traveling “didn’t look right” – and would be looking into what happened.
“I don’t remember… this is such as seven months ago. ”
He said he would not be paying Mr Ellis anything at all as there had been no harm done.
About 2k cars are parked at the corporation at any one time and Mr Alim said customers could still trust that their cars would be held safe.


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An airport parking company valet’s fast ride in the customer’s car has been caught with a secret dashboard camera – and it’s really left the car owner furious.
Neill Ellis left their car at Auckland’s Park n’Fly while he went on a holiday in order to Melbourne in May last year, but came back to find a staff member had driven “like a loon” and taken their car on a joyride.
The car cam recorded the speedy spin, and shows the driver revving the engine and accelerating close to corners as he transports Mr Ellis’ car from one of the company’s car parks to another.
“The place I normally park my car… was fully booked, and so i booked at another popular location, ” he wrote on Fb alongside the video.
“Let’s just say their staff never ever noticed my car cam plus I’ll never leave any of my vehicles there again. ”
The staff member was on a 90-day trial at the time, and no longer works for the company, Park no Fly director Mohammed Alim mentioned.
Mr Alim just found out about the dangerous driving on Saturday, but had already dismissed the staff member for his bad attitude, tardiness, customer service and bad language.
“I can’t say for sure why he [Mr Ellis] waited for so long to put upward this video… I don’t keep in mind him emailing me or providing me a phone call, ” he informed NZ Newswire.
Mister Alim didn’t think his staff member had been speeding – although this individual said the driving “didn’t look right” – and he would be looking at what happened.
“I may remember… this is like seven a few months ago. ”
He said he wouldn’t be paying out Mr Ellis anything as right now there had been no damage done.
About 2000 cars are parked at the company at any one time and Mr Alim said customers could still trust that their particular cars would be kept safe.

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