Hotel Valet Hands Ferrari Keys to Wrong Man…Real Owner, a Lawyer, Poised to Sue!

 

An exact model, but not the real car or driver.

*Levi Miles pulled a slick one. He was allegedly trying to impress a woman he had just met at the Vinoy Renaissance Resort & Golf Club (Marriott) in St. Petersburg, FL., when he pointed to a yellow beauty out front and told the valet, “That’s my Ferrari out there!” He even managed to convince the valet that he had somehow left his ticket inside the car.

The fool, er, valet, fell for it and then handed Miles the keys. He turned his back as the fake car owner got inside and drove off.

Dude almost got away with it too.

But then this happened.

He hadn’t gotten far when he was stopped by police, who noticed the car had no tail lights.

And can you believe Miles is actually arguing that he can’t really be charged with theft because…

…wait for it…the valet handed him the keys.

The car — a 2014, 458 Italia Spider — valued at $300,000 actually belongs to an attorney named James Fowler.

Needless to say, he wasn’t amused and plans to sue the hotel for negligence.

Lawd.

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