Valet Leaves Veyron Unlocked and Running

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We'll admit, this probably isn't going to keep too many people from wanting one.

Supercars are notoriously difficult to park. Things like unbelievably stiff clutch pedals and zero rear visibility used to made parallel parking in the Countach era an especially heroic act. But even modern supercars are incredibly wide, and rear visibility hasn’t improved as much the technology in certain other parts of the car. So the following video shows a London man hired to part a Bugatti Veyron struggling at length with the task.

Ultimately, he gets out of the car, leaving it running, and goes to get help. The spotter filming the video admitted that he was tempted to jump in the Veyron and take off. He also noted that he didn't because he would likely end up dead. Well played sir.

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