I left my BMW at the valet in Gatwick and went berserk – looks like Edward Scissorhands drove it
A DRIVER took to social media to show the condition of his car after leaving it at Gatwick valet.
Many people admitted in the comments that they would never park in a lot where you have to leave your keys.
@lev.imark posted the video on TikTok and most users were shocked after seeing the video.
The video published on social media shows a badly scratched steering wheel.
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The video caption reads: “Avoid Gatwick Valet Parking Folks!”
The TikTok user said on TikTok, “Just a warning to anyone considering using Gatwick Valet Parking.”
“Looks like Edward Scissorhands parked the cars.”
“If you don’t want to break your steering wheel, you should probably skip it.”
People commented that it is better not to leave your car in parking lots where you have to leave the keys.
One said: “Never park where you have to leave the keys.”
The TikTok user replied, “Valuable lesson learned.”
Another said: “I only use Gatwick’s long stay where you park and keep your keys. I’m sorry this is happening to your car.”
A third pointed out: “Dude you should get some compensation for that!”
Other users wanted to know which parking service it was.
One asked, “Which one did you use?”
Another asked, “Do you park here in the high rise building and walk across the crosswalk right next to check-in?”
The TikTok user replied, “That’s it mate, you go to the stewards and they’ll do the rest.”
https://www.thesun.ie/motors/10061991/i-left-my-bmw-gatwick-valet-parking-and-raging/ I left my BMW at the valet in Gatwick and went berserk – looks like Edward Scissorhands drove it