Valet crashes Ferrari worth £1M after failing to learn how to park
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A valet has found himself in hot water after he crashed a £1 million Ferrari due to him not knowing how to park it.
The unfortunate event took place in the Monaco's lavish Monte Carlo, metres away from the world famous Casino Square.
The royal blue LaFerrari crashed after the valet made the mistake of leaving the car in gear after parking it beside the pavement as he waited for the owner of the hypercar.
The car originally remained stationary but began to move forward once the car door was closed.
Unfortunately, the car crashed into a pair of mopeds after the valet closed the door, narrowly avoiding one of the riders.
The desperate valet tried to stop the car by opening the door and getting back into the car but his attempt was unsuccessful as he crashed the car.
A video of the incident, uploaded by the YouTube account G-E SUPERCARS, shows a man believed to be the owner of the car running over and shouting abuse at the panicked valet.
The man is heard yelling: "'Are you f*****g stupid?! What the f**k are you doing?"
The valet, who appears to be ashamed as he hangs his head, is not heard to say anything when he exits the damaged car.
Despite the crash, the Ferrari was spotted being driven around Monaco the next morning, according to the Daily Mail.
However, while the car may have only suffered minor damage, the cost of repairs could set the owner back tens of thousands, as the LaFerrari is a rare car.
Due to a limited production prior to it's release, the car which was sold as new for £1 million-£1.2 million in 2013, is now expected to be worth between £3 million - £5 million.
The LaFerrari is one of three cars considered to be groundbreaking. The car boasts hybrid power which has achieved unseen levels of performance.
The one of a kind car is one of the cars referred to as part of the 'Holy Trinity', alongside the McLaren P1 and the Porsche 918 Spyder.
It comes as no surprise the car''s owner was left fuming to see his car being crashed by the valet.
Social media users have been trying to understand how the valet manage to crash the car in the first place, with some speculating that the valet failed to engage the electronic handbrake before exiting the car.
Others believe that the car was left in drive in automatic mode, with the handbrake failing or not being engaged properly.
"The hand brake we hear locked when we go then when he films the exhaust we hear the hand brake that unlocks," one person pointed out.
However, one user questioned how the brakes on a prestigious car could fail, saying: "Why would the parking brake disengage tho? And why didn’t he turn the car off before getting out lol."